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Notes from Substack's Nodeconf Talk

These are my notes from Substack's talk July 2, 2012 at NodeConf. Much of the talk was demo/code so these are pretty short!

I'm calling this talk Things Which Are Relevant

Node is kind of a big deal lately. You're all here about it, and I like to think of it as a turtle strapped to a V8 rocket. But that's not the real picture. It's more of a thermonuclear explosion going off, and the reason has to do with npm.

Notes from Two Years of NodeJS at Yammer

These are my notes from a talk titled Two Years of node.js at Yammer given by Matthew Eernisse at on July 2, 2012 at NodeConf 2012. You can follow Matt at @mde on twitter

I've been at Yammer a little over two years, and I brought Node with me. When I started I was on the platform team; now I'm on the front-end team. I want to talk about now node became successful inside Yammer and how we used it to be successful. On Monday it was announced that Microsoft was purchasing Yammer for $1.2 billion in cash.

Wow.

Notes from Matt Podwysocki's NodeConf 2012 Talk

These are my notes from a talk Matthew Podwysocki gave on July 2, 2012 at NodeConf 2012. You can contact Matt at matthewp@microsoft.com or follow him at @mattpodwysocki on twitter

I was one of the early true believers of node at Microsoft. Many people ask, why Microsoft and node.js? There has been some hostility of the form "gosh darn it you're hijacking node and taking it away from us!"

Notes from Ryan Dahl's NodeConf 2012 Talk

These are my notes from a talk given by Ryan Dahl on July 9, 2012 at NodeConf 2012.

I was a Graduate student studying Algebraic Topology. For some reason I thought this was a good thing to do with my life. One interesting project that came out of this was related to point-set topology. I was interested in the fact that you had a simple topological space with all these adjectives, and all these interesting interrelationships between them.

Notes from Mikito Takata's NodeConf Talk

These are my notes from a talk given by Mikito Takata on July 2, 2012. Mikito works at ZenDesk and you can follow him on Twitter @mikitotakada

I'm a Socket.io/Engine.io contributor. I write free books! I'm going to talk about real-time at slightly larger scale.

The stack at Zendesk used to be based on Ejabberd stack. In 2011 I came in and they wanted me to kill it; that's what we did. We deployed one version of the infrastructure based on HAProxy/f5 + Socket.io + redis, and this year we've moved to Engine.io.

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