Among many beginner courses, Braining Hub organizes corporate training courses for experienced developers. These courses, which are more specific than beginners’ courses, touch a number of different programming languages and areas. The purpose of these courses is to help participants find a solution to a problem by teaching students a new language, framework, or running environment. Node.js is the latest addition to the corporate training courses – Stylers Group developer, Balázs Kovács, discusses this topic in detail below:
A platform-independent solution for online applications
When discussing Node.js, a question that naturally arises is, what are the use cases? Balázs answers this question:
“Using Node.js can become necessary if you need to create a prototype or MVP quickly, or if the domain is very important. But, remember – Node.js is ultimately single-threaded. This means it does not scale well under high traffic or complexity in a large, corporate environment. With this in mind, multithreaded, high traffic systems cannot be built on it.”
The developer team can become more agile
Everything tailored to client request
Since these corporate training courses are different from formal education, everything is tailored to the client. There are no fall or spring semesters and the schedules and curriculum are customized to the company’s needs. If needed, training can also take place at the client’s office. From Balázs: “Because of the practice-oriented syllabus, we don’t recommend groups of more than 15-20 people. Generally speaking, the smaller the group, the more interactive the lessons can be. We recommended 6-8 people per course.”
In addition to learning Node.js, , participants also build their own application. As such, students receive practical experience with the tools and the code base they create can serve as a good starting point for a live project.