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    Finn Pauls
    @finnp
    @padraigobrien Great, this month is a perfect time for this. I guess you know about http://wwwtf.berlin ?
    Podge
    @padraigobrien
    awesome list, thanks, i did not know about it
    Finn Pauls
    @finnp
    Also @/all: We are still looking for sponsors for the next events. If your company can spare a few hundred bucks, that would be great.
    Finn Pauls
    @finnp
    NodeSchool tonight \o/
    Tank Thunderbird
    @tank-t-bird
    Hi Finn :-D
    Finn Pauls
    @finnp
    @tank-t-bird hi who are you?
    Tank Thunderbird
    @tank-t-bird
    I am Tank! I was there the time before you went to CCC
    Tonight I have a cold and I am at home but following the tutorials
    Finn Pauls
    @finnp
    Get well soon!
    Cool :) Maybe see you at another NodeSchool
    Tank Thunderbird
    @tank-t-bird
    Yes! Thanks!
    Finn Pauls
    @finnp
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    Finn Pauls
    @finnp

    NodeSchool 13

    Julian Ustiyanovych
    @julianusti
    Hi folks, can u please suggest some node style guide that we can use in our team?
    Emily Wu
    @embrilliant
    Hey
    Finn Pauls
    @finnp
    @embrilliant Hi!
    Emily Wu
    @embrilliant
    You people only meet once a year?
    Finn Pauls
    @finnp
    @embrilliant No we meet once a month.
    Emily Wu
    @embrilliant
    How do I know when's next one?
    Finn Pauls
    @finnp
    The next one is tomorrow
    :D
    Finn Pauls
    @finnp
    there are still a few tickets left
    Emily Wu
    @embrilliant
    I mean I can't make it tomorrow. So when is the next one after tomorrow.
    Finn Pauls
    @finnp
    We decide this each month. Next will be December 8.
    Emily Wu
    @embrilliant
    How will I be notified without asking every time?
    NizarBlond
    @NizarBlond
    I want to run some background jobs for time-consuming tasks, now I have 2 questions, and I'm aware that node js has a Thread Pool and it uses the next
    available thread to handle the JS functions and return a callback.
    1) The background tasks, for parallelism, should use caolan/async library, does that come on the price of other threads? does it make sense to do such thing
    2) How would I know how many background jobs should be run? assuming that they use async as well.
    I am a bit confused.
    Emily Wu
    @embrilliant
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    Onyothi
    @Onyothi
    Hi, I recently googled a few node related functions and stumbled upon the nodeschool in Berlin. Which is super cool as im in berlin for a short while, and would really love to attend. We also have a nodeJs community back home in Windhoek Namibia(Very young) and it would be great to learn a thing or two. I would REALLY love to attend, to take a thing or two back. Im on that Nodejs vibe at the moment, as im using it for basically everything. Please do advice.
    Finn Pauls
    @finnp
    Hi @Onyothi! Great, the next one is actually February 23rd (nodeschool/berlin#37). I hope you you will be still around until then.
    Otherwise you should probably join the http://berlinjs.org/ meetup on February 18th
    xMartin
    @xMartin
    hello!
    enjoying to be here tonight
    anderspree
    @Realtin
    ☺️
    Conny
    @supernoir
    Is someone really good at gulp and using wiredep to inject css/js (corresponding to my bower components) into my html files and can help me fix an error, pretty please?
    xMartin
    @xMartin
    hey! sorry, no :)
    Conny
    @supernoir
    :) thanks anyways!
    Dino Trojak
    @dinodsaurus
    is todays nodeschool event really full or I can just come ?
    anderspree
    @Realtin
    Hey @dinodsaurus you can come!
    Dino Trojak
    @dinodsaurus
    wohooo
    thanks a lot, I will bring some NodeSchool Zagreb stickers with me ;)
    Finn Pauls
    @finnp
    \o/
    Emily Wu
    @embrilliant
    Hello. Is gitter still being used?
    Onno Howbow
    @howbow_gitlab
    moin