PDXNode

Tech meetup

We are on a mission to promote knowledge and use of Node.js in the Portland tech community.

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1 organization have contributed

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Backers

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$2 USD / month

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Become a sponsor and get a shout-out at our meetup.

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$500 USD / year

1 organization has contributed

Top financial contributors

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ProFocus

$5k USD since Feb 2018

2
Mocha

$350 USD since Aug 2017

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Yearly financial contribution to PDXNode (Sponsors)

from ProFocus2/1/2020

+$1,800.00USD
Completed

Pizza Order for PDX Node Meet-up, 14-Nov.-20190

by Faddah Wolf11/21/2019

-$319.00USD
Paid
Invoice #11677
food & beverage

August Pizza 2019

by Samuel Eric Clark10/24/2019

-$189.00USD
Paid
Receipt #9506
communications

Today’s balance

$1,650.14 USD

Estimated annual budget

~ $0.00 USD

PDXNode is all of us

Our contributors 6

Everyone who has supported PDXNode. Individuals and organizations that believe in –and take ownership of– our purpose.

ProFocus
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$5,400 USD

ProFocus Technology is a proud sponsor of several important technology community! We provide Award-Winning IT Staffing & Consulting Servi...

Mocha
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$350 USD

About

Promoting knowledge and use of Node.js in the Portland tech community. JavaScript is quickly becoming the language that drives your website, your server and your database. It can also run your operating system, your robot and the new EPIC game engine. In this group we focus on the server side - Node.js. Thanks to v8 and event-based design, it is a fast back-end for mobile and web applications. It needs less CPU & RAM - speeding up your development and saving you server costs. Our group is open and geared to engage all levels of programmer. _We seek to build a community of developers who enjoy each other's company while being excited about developing JavaScript. _ Whether you're wondering why in the world you would want to put JavaScript on a server or want to discuss the different implementations of the promises/A+ standard and the eternal struggle with callbacks, we're here to help!