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Enterprise JavaScript done right: the tools you love, the security you need

JavaScript is the most powerful and most popular software ecosystem in the world. JavaScript for mission-critical and enterprise applications presents a unique challenge: how to ensure your code is secure and compliant?

Join npm CTO and Node.js Enterprise Advisory Group lead Ahmad Nassri for practical advice from deep in the trenches of enterprise JavaScript. You’ll learn how to ensure your developers have what they need to ship safe code on time.
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