Learning to code is, in itself, becoming a new common language. It is becoming essential across all sectors of the economy and a strong skill for those seeking advancement. An improvement in education is an investment to the future of Node.js.
Last winter, the Node.js Foundation expanded its annual user survey to encompass and unravel who and how programmers are learning Node.js and using it alongside other languages. In this talk, we’ll explore the Node.js user, a global landscape attempting to learn Node.js despite English not being their spoken language of choice. We will explore the quality work across mediums that is available despite your experience level, and how there’s no single answer for learning Node.js.