Breaking Technologies

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This is a @JSConfEU talk about how we interact with technology and how we should maybe rethink our god-like approach to software languages. It also showcases an experiment that allows developers to interact with PHP directly from Node.js.

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  • We are merely owners of our own realms/reich\n
  • We are merely owners of our own realms/reich\n
  • We are merely owners of our own realms/reich\n
  • We are merely owners of our own realms/reich\n
  • We are merely owners of our own realms/reich\n
  • We are merely owners of our own realms/reich\n
  • We are merely owners of our own realms/reich\n
  • We are merely owners of our own realms/reich\n
  • - Incumbents do not generally react to disruptive technology until it’s too late.\n- Up to a few years ago that was PHP.\n
  • - Incumbents do not generally react to disruptive technology until it’s too late.\n- Up to a few years ago that was PHP.\n
  • - Disruptive, disagree with the status-quo\n
  • - Disruptive, disagree with the status-quo\n
  • - Incumbents do not generally react to disruptive technology until it’s too late.\n- Up to a few years ago that was PHP.\n
  • - Incumbents do not generally react to disruptive technology until it’s too late.\n- Up to a few years ago that was PHP.\n
  • - Incumbents do not generally react to disruptive technology until it’s too late.\n- Up to a few years ago that was PHP.\n
  • - Incumbents do not generally react to disruptive technology until it’s too late.\n- Up to a few years ago that was PHP.\n
  • - Incumbents do not generally react to disruptive technology until it’s too late.\n- Up to a few years ago that was PHP.\n
  • - Semantics changes\n- Moving target\n- Predefined class names ... error class only on certain elements, not on div or em’s for instance.\n
  • - Incumbents do not generally react to disruptive technology until it’s too late.\n- Up to a few years ago that was PHP.\n
  • - Incumbents do not generally react to disruptive technology until it’s too late.\n- Up to a few years ago that was PHP.\n
  • - Incumbents do not generally react to disruptive technology until it’s too late.\n- Up to a few years ago that was PHP.\n
  • - Incumbents do not generally react to disruptive technology until it’s too late.\n- Up to a few years ago that was PHP.\n
  • - Incumbents do not generally react to disruptive technology until it’s too late.\n- Up to a few years ago that was PHP.\n
  • - Incumbents do not generally react to disruptive technology until it’s too late.\n- Up to a few years ago that was PHP.\n
  • - Incumbents do not generally react to disruptive technology until it’s too late.\n- Up to a few years ago that was PHP.\n
  • - Incumbents do not generally react to disruptive technology until it’s too late.\n- Up to a few years ago that was PHP.\n
  • - Incumbents do not generally react to disruptive technology until it’s too late.\n- Up to a few years ago that was PHP.\n
  • - If you were expecting an in-depth tech-talk I’m sorry but I sure hope that you take something back from this with regards to your language, your community and how thinking outside the box can create pretty cool things.\n
  • Breaking Technologies

    1. BreakingTechnologies@davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    2. MixingTechnologies@davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    3. Story@davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    4. Perpetual Learner@davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    5. Constraints Suck@davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    6. Think Outside The Box@davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    7. ConsiderThe Following@davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    8. 1889@davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    9. Naples, Italy@davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    10. Queen Margherita @davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    11. Raffaele Esposito @davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    12. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Galette_des_Rois.png@davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    13. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Cheese_07_bg_042906.jpg@davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    14. http://www.flickr.com/photos/dolescum/6023925585/@davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    15. Think Outside The Box.@davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    16. Trolley + Suitcase @davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    17. http://www.unluggage.com/images/otherviews/kr001_1.jpg@davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    18. Foosball + Arduino + Cloud + HTML5 + CouchDB@davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    19. @davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    20. Perl + C@davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    21. cpp + v8 +awesumsauce@davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    22. It’s intrinsic.@davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    23. Technology@davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    24. God Complex@davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    25. Users are worthmore than technology @davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    26. “All War is Deception” —Sun Tzu @davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    27. For Instance.@davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    28. Polyglotism@davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    29. Taxi...@davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    30. Schadenfreude @davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    31. “Pleasure Derived from the misfortune of others” @davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    32. “We are not robots” @davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    33. “Use what makes sense” @davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    34. Rapid Rant@davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    35. Node.js@davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    36. PHP And the innovator’s dilemma@davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    37. Anyways...@davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    38. The Experiment @davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    39. Engineer.@davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    40. Open Source is my life.@davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    41. I <3 HTML5 Kinda.@davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    42. I <3 PHP@davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    43. I <3 JavaScript @davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    44. I <3 WebSockets @davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    45. I <3 Python@davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    46. I <3 Erlang@davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    47. I <3 Technology. @davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    48. I had code,But no time.@davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    49. “What if I could runPHP from Node.js” - Me on a friday night after many drinks @davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    50. Let’s show off.@davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011
    51. Conclusion.@davidcoallier — @JSConfEU 2011

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