LFW211, developed in conjunction with the OpenJS Foundation, is geared toward developers who wish to master and demonstrate Node.js specialization, in particular for creating Node.js applications. The course provides core skills for effectively harnessing a broad range of Node.js capabilities at depth, equipping developers with rigorous foundational skills and knowledge that will translate to building any kind of Node.js application or library.
By the end of the course, students should be able to:
Become skillful with Node.js debugging practices and tools
Efficiently interact at a high level with I/O, binary data and system metadata
Attain proficiency in creating and consuming ecosystem/innersource libraries
Achieve comprehensive familiarity with a broad range of Node.js capabilities
"Developed by expert practitioners from the Node.js community, the OpenJS certification program offers developers a vendor-neutral way to showcase key Node.js abilities," said Robin Ginn, executive director, OpenJS Foundation. "Offering this type of formal training to complement an OpenJS Foundation Node.js certification exam will provide more individuals with the opportunity to build a career as a Node.js application developer, and to clearly demonstrate their abilities to potential employers."
The course is available to begin immediately. The $299 course fee - or $499 for a bundled offering of both the course and related certification exam - provides unlimited access to the course for one year to all content and labs. All Linux Foundation training courses and certification exams, including this new offering, are discounted 30% through May 31 with promo code ANYWHERE30. Interested individuals may enroll here.
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