Masterclass de Node.js

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¿Alguna vez has tenido dificultades para diseñar y estructurar tus aplicaciones de Node.js? Construir aplicaciones que estén bien organizadas, testables y extensibles no siempre es fácil. A menudo puede resultar mucho más complicado de lo que esperas. En este evento en vivo, Matteo te mostrará cómo construye aplicaciones de Node.js desde cero. Aprenderás cómo aborda el diseño de aplicaciones y las filosofías que aplica para crear aplicaciones modulares, mantenibles y efectivas.

Nivel: intermedio

109 min
19 Apr, 2023
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https://excalidraw.com/#room=57b84e0df9bdb7ea5675,HYgVepLIpfxrK4EQNclQ9w
DynamoDB blog Alex DeBrie: https://www.dynamodbguide.com/
Excellent book for the DynamoDB: https://www.dynamodbbook.com/
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