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node.js: Javascript's in your backend

by Technology Consultant at Lab49 on Feb 20, 2011

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Has the traditional intro to event looped servers (thanks Ryan!) with a couple of examples of why I think node.js is particularly exciting today. Code for the demos can be found at ...

Has the traditional intro to event looped servers (thanks Ryan!) with a couple of examples of why I think node.js is particularly exciting today. Code for the demos can be found at https://github.com/davidpadbury/node-intro.

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  • wukoje Vukasin Vukoje I wish you the best luck in educating people like this, and trying to make people think why we are doing something in a way instead of another. Because only change can make progress. 3 months ago
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  • davidpadbury David Padbury, Technology Consultant at Lab49 @JooBarbosa2 Hi João. I believe most are images from Flickr with appropriate licenses. You'll find an attribution slide at the end of the presentation with links to all sources. 10 months ago
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  • JooBarbosa2 João Barbosa, Developer at unplugg Hi David,
    Very nice presentation. Where did you get all those images? I'd like to use some of them in my presentations.
    Thanks and nice work.
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  • davidpadbury David Padbury, Technology Consultant at Lab49 @caseykelso1 Hey Casey. Of course you're right. On callbacks I was more referring to having closures to easily share state between a callback and it's surrounding context, but admittedly that maybe wasn't as clear as it could have been. Real-time was meant in the colloquial web sense of pushing changes. 10 months ago
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  • caseykelso1 Casey Kelso, Embedded Software Engineer / Platforms Team Software Leader at Hemisphere GPS Hi David,

    A couple things about the presentation. It is nicely done.

    * Web apps are not real-time.
    * You can do callbacks in C, we do them all the time.

    Thanks
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