First Boston Node Meetup of 2020 Hosted at Lola.com Headquarters
Discussion is focused on working with Node.js and related technologies in real-world scenarios - Thursday, January 30, 2020 in Boston
WHAT: Boston Node 12 Meetup
WHEN: Thursday, January 30, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. ET
WHERE: Lola.com Headquarters, 1 Financial Center, 20th Floor, Boston, MA
Lola.com’s Rowan Krishnan is speaking about solving two problems the company has encountered while scaling its front-end team: interviewing engineers and improving developer productivity. Rowan is a front-end engineer building out Lola.com’s web and mobile travel app.
Featured speakers at the event include Joe Lust, Software Engineer at mabl; Joel Lord, Developer Advocate at Red Hat OpenShift; and Ben Harvey, software engineer and co-founder of RedPoint Notebooks. Joe Lust is presenting on building simple and powerful CLI tools with Node.js and NPM. Joe Lord is presenting on containerization for software developers, and Ben Harvey is speaking on building a web-native computational notebook with Node.js.
The event includes tech discussions, food, drinks, and networking. All are invited. For more information, visit: https://www.meetup.com/Boston-Node/events/267984856/
Lola.com makes Agile Travel Management real by providing a super simple way to book, manage, and report on global business travel, saving employers and travelers time and money. Employee-friendly travel policies can be set up in five minutes, while managers can view budgets and expenditures in real-time and efficiently monitor their globetrotting team. With Lola.com’s 24/7/365 customer support included in its flat-fee rate, there is no easier way for travelers to book and rebook competitively priced flights and hotels. Based in Boston, the company was founded in 2015 by Paul English, co-founder of the travel booking site KAYAK, and is led by CEO Mike Volpe, part of the founding team at HubSpot. For more information, visit https://www.lola.com/ and connect on LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.Contact:
How does your corporate travel policy stack up?
Posted byKathleen Burns