At a mystery location

somewhere in ireland

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September 8th – 11th, 2013


As a ticket holder you will be collected at a pre-designated meeting point somewhere in Dublin at 15.30 on the afternoon of

Sunday the 8th September.

From collection you will then be transported to the



Island of NodeLand

arriving at 18.30 where you will be greeted to a traditional feast in the spirit on NodeLand.

Watch out for the Vikings! is a full 3-day event, with a very limited number of tickets. At you will be staying in NodeTown, a village on the Island of NodeLand.

Tickets are limited to 140 attendees!


Tickets include accommodation, breakfast, lunch and evening meals on the 8th and 11th of September. On the 9th and 10th your ticket will include breakfast & lunch, on these evenings will be free to split into groups and have evening meals together.

On all nights of, cultural social events to will be run for your enjoyment.


15.30 Collection in Dublin
16.45 Intro talk somewhere in Ireland
18.30 Arrive in NodeTown
20.00 Banquet in the Castle of NodeLand
07:00 – 08:45 Breakfast
10:00 Keynotes Act
10:45 Streams Act
– Dominic Tarr (@dominictarr)
– Max Ogden (@MaxOgden)
– James Halliday (@SubStack)
12:15 Node.js & the Internet of Things
– Emily Rose (@nexxylove)
– Elijah Insua (@tmpvar)
– Matteo Collina (@matteocollina)
13:00 Lunch
15:00 – 18:00 Hands On Tutorials & Hacking
19:30 Dinner & Party
07:00 – 08:45 Breakfast
10:00 – 13:00 Hands On Tutorials & Hacking
13:00 Lunch
15:00 Core Act
– Bert Belder (@piscisaureus)
– Trevor Norris (@trevnorris)
– Richard Rodger (@rjrodger)
16:30 Debugging Act
– Jake Verbaten (@raynos)
– Max Bruning (@mrbruning)
– Mystery Guest
17:00 Free to Roam
20:30 Amazing Surprise Party
07:00 – 08:45 Breakfast
10:00 Production Act
– Ben Acker Walmart (@nvcexploder)
– Bill Scott VP Pay Pal (@billwscott)
– Clifton Cunningham CTO Mail Online (@clifcunn)
11:45 NodeBase Act
– Rod Vagg (@rvagg)
– Dominic Tarr (@dominictarr)
– Paolo Fragomeni (@hij1nx)
13:00 Lunch
14:00 – 18:00 Hands on Tutorials & Hacking
19:00 Conference Demos & Final Thoughts
20:30 Conference Banquet
22:30 Amazing Surprise Party with Amazing Surprise Music
10:00 Breakfast

Your Ticket and NodeTown is being held on a private island.

The island is being re-named for the conference to NodeLand. On the Island of NodeLand there is a small village which has 48, three bedroom luxury houses.

As a part of your ticket, your accommodation in NodeTown is covered for 4 nights

Your Ticket and Food

Your ticket will also include the following meals:

Your Ticket and Parties

Parties will be arranged each night where your admission and drinks will be taken care of.

There will be a 24-hour robot hack zone on the

Island of NodeTown

Node Copter Event + Robot Hack Zone Teabass


Talks from the most amazing Uber node hackers on the globe to be announced.

Isaac Z. Schlueter
Dominic Tarr
Mikeal Rogers
Daniel Shaw
James Halliday
Emily Rose
Paolo Fragomeni
Bill Scott
Rod Vagg
Elijah Insua
Clifton Cunningham
Matteo Collina
Max Bruning
Richard Rodger
Ben Acker
Andrew Nesbitt
Max Ogden
Bert Belder
Visnu Pitiyanuvath
Trevor Parsons

Adam Baldwin
Jake Verbaten
Darach Ennis
Join Us in NodeLand!
September 8th – 11th, 2013

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Significant Others (SO Track)
Ireland is known as one of the most hospitable places in the world and the Irish people take hospitality very seriously indeed. As organisers of Node we’re very excited at the prospect of hosting significant others at the conference.

The conference itself is being run almost 6 weeks earlier in the year than last year’s NodeDublin event. The reason for this is there is an international food festival on in the city where the conference is being held, the same week as the conference.

This means that significant others will have the opportunity to attend a track which will entail artisan cookery demos and food tastings.

The city where the conference is on is also an Ancient Viking City filled with some really cool museums and tours, so if you are interested in taking in some local history, we will be arranging curated tours during the conference time.

Tours will include handcrafted crystal glass production, and museum visits.

To compound and add to this, the county also has some really nice seaside villages, breathtaking landscapes with nature tours, train tours, great parks and playgrounds for kids.

Holiday In Ireland

To further the conference experience why not take a holiday in Ireland with your family!

It will also be possible to stay in the city following the conference, as the food festival heats up into the weekend, with live music on the streets, pigs on spits and many more nice events.

If you need to know more about the actual city / venue (which will take out the element of surprise for the conference,) just email to find out more information.


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