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Learn to use Node.js with Orthogonality and create full-stack applications using just one language, JavaScript.

Node.js is a widely used platform for constructing fast and scalable network applications. Those proficient in Node.js will be able to create complex applications, but without needing to use complex codes. Anyone keen to be a back-end developer should consider learning Node.js, thanks to its widespread use across websites, software, and applications.

At Orthogonality, we’re proficient users of Node.js, and we want to impart our knowledge to you. We offer Node.js training to suit your exact level and needs, ranging from beginner Node.js training to advanced training. Using the perfect mix of theory and practice, we’ll take your Node.js knowledge to the next level.


Orthogonality offers a unique and practical approach to learning Node.js, with interactive features and personalised feedback that helps you master the language quickly and efficiently.

We’ll tailor your Node.js training package to specifically suit your requirements, but some of the topics we regularly cover in training include:

  • Inspecting the global object
  • Using the required function
  • Using standard input
  • Using standard output
  • Using readline
  • Creating modules
  • Creating directories

It should be noted that Node.js training does require previous knowledge in JavaScript, as well as asynchronous code, NPM, HTTP, ES6+ Syntax, and CLI. If you are not confident in any of these areas, we’d be happy to provide training.

When you work alongside Orthogonality to learn Node.js, you can be sure you’re receiving training from real Node.js experts. Your tutor will have used Node.js for many years and in practical, work-based environments. They’ll impart their knowledge to you through various means, ensuring they infuse fun into every aspect of your training.


Node.js is a powerful and versatile programming language that has taken the world of web development by storm. With its ability to handle multiple requests and its lightweight, fast execution environment, Node.js has become the go-to choice for many developers.

Node.js is exceptionally versatile, used in everything from building traditional websites to complex video games. What’s more, it’s very accessible and is one of the best places to start for aspiring programmers. It’s especially accessible if you already have a working knowledge of Java and C++.

Thanks to Node.js, front-end developers can now create server-side code without needing to go through the arduous process of learning an additional language. This makes for a much more streamlined working process and allows for higher productivity, which will please both employers and clients.

You’ll also find that Node.js won’t be going anywhere anytime soon. Instead, Node.js will be around for a long time, as there’s nothing else like it that allows JS to be used server-side. This means that those learning Node.js won’t find that their knowledge is redundant in a couple of years.

Finally, Node.js is a skill that’s hugely in demand. If you’re looking to stand out to a potential employer, Node.js knowledge could be the difference between being hired and not. And freelancers will find that knowledge of Node.js opens up a much wider range of opportunities for them.

If you’d like to start learning Node.js, Orthogonality can help. Our experienced tutors have worked with a range of students, helping them learn everything from basic to advanced topics. Why not call or email today to find out more?

If you’re wondering whether learning Node.js is right for you, here are some reasons why you should:

  1. Scalability: Node.js is built for scalability, making it ideal for large-scale applications that require a lot of processing power. It can handle a high volume of requests at once, and it can do so efficiently, without slowing down or crashing.
  2. Speed: Node.js is incredibly fast, thanks to its non-blocking I/O model. This means that it can handle multiple requests simultaneously without waiting for each one to be completed before moving on to the next.
  3. Versatility: Node.js is a highly versatile language that can be used for a wide range of applications, including web servers, real-time applications, and even IoT devices. It can also be used with other programming languages like Python, Java, and C++.
  4. Community: Node.js has a large and active community of developers who contribute to its development, create libraries and modules, and provide support to other users. This means that there is a wealth of knowledge and resources available to anyone who wants to learn and use Node.js.
  5. Job opportunities: With the increasing popularity of Node.js, there is a growing demand for developers who are skilled in using it. Learning Node.js can open up a range of job opportunities and career paths for you, including full-stack development, back-end development, and more.
  6. Easy to learn: Node.js is relatively easy to learn, especially if you already have some experience with JavaScript. Its syntax is similar to that of JavaScript, and there are plenty of tutorials, courses, and resources available online to help you get started.
  7. Cost-effective: Node.js is open-source, which means that it is free to use and distribute. This makes it a cost-effective choice for businesses and individuals who want to develop applications without having to invest in expensive proprietary software.
Experience a hands-on learning journey that takes you from beginner to expert with Orthogonality's interactive and personalised approach to mastering Node.js.
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© 2022 Orthogonality Hellas Single Member Private Company // GR (GEMI) Company Number: 165193340000