Node.js: Design Patterns

Created by: Alex Banks

Produced in 2018

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Course Description

Design patterns encourage programming efficiency and code reuse. Learn how to use the same design patterns used in Java and C++ programming in JavaScript. This course is a look at 13 of the most popular object-oriented design patterns as applied to Node.js. Learn essential creational and structural patterns to help solve common coding challenges, while introducing best practices that will keep solutions consistent, complete, and correct. Instructor Alex Banks shows how to implement and improve these patterns so that they are optimized for the Node library.

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Alex Banks

Alex Banks develops large-scale web applications and teaches web development at Yahoo, eBay, and Stanford.

Alex Banks started writing code at the age of eight years old on his first computer, a Tandy TRS-80. In 1995, Alex developed his first website and has been hooked ever since. He went on to study English and computer science at Georgetown University before working as a government consultant and classroom instructor in the Washington, DC, area.

Alex has spent his entire career developing web applications and teaching web development technologies. He has developed several large-scale elearning and CMS applications, including the CMS for the LaSalle Bank Chicago Marathon that hosted 10 high-traffic websites. In 2010, Alex moved to Seattle and worked with MSN to develop Big on the Web.

Alex now lives in Tahoe City, California, and he provides classroom and online-based training regularly for Yahoo, eBay, PayPal, and Stanford University, and other companies across the country. When Alex isn't in a classroom, he spends his time developing applications, learning new technologies, and writing custom training curriculums.

When Alex isn't wired into code or in front of a classroom, you can find him somewhere in the Sierra Nevada backcountry on a chairlift, on the trail, or at the summit.

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