NodeSchool is focused around open source workshops that teach web software skills. Individuals are encouraged to do the workshoppers on their own or at one of the NodeSchool events. The workshopper tutorials are used as the course curriculum while mentors are here to help attendees work through challenges. Participating in one of the events is easy:
Want to Attend?
Interested in Mentoring or Helping Out?
If you want to help teach or contribute in anyway, make a Pull Request and add your name to the list below with relevant contact details. Mentors and Volunteers are currently contacted and confirmed, before each event, via our Gitter Channel.
- Andre John Mas: @ajmas
- Matan Kushner: @matchai
- Richard Littauer: @RichardLitt
- Jonathan Dupré: @kareniel
- Paul Cuciureanu: @pcuci
- Cassie L. Rhéaume: @CassieLR
- Ziad Saab: @ziad-saab
- Frederic Charette: @fed135
- Ruy Adorno: @ruyadorno
- Harris Robin Kalash: @harrisrobin
- David Rowley: @David-Ro
- Rami Sayar: @sayar
- Valeri Vicneanschi: @vicneanschi
- Shawn Thompson: @shawnthompson
- Marek Zaluski: @marekweb
- Ehren Lillies: @ehren123
- Mats Ljunggren: @ljunggren
- Jeff Marshall: @jeffmarshall
- Xavier Drdak: @xdrdak
- Razvan Lada-Moldovan: @devraz
- Conan Lai: @aconanlai
- Tiffany Le-Nguyen: @sirMerr
Code of Conduct
Please read our code of conduct before contributing to or attending one of our events.
Contributing to the Website
Check out our CONTRIBUTING.md to get started with setting up the repo.