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After introducing the basics of XMPP, I will outline the basic building blocks for node-xmpp, what aspects to pay attention to, and compare to other implementations such as ejabberd.
Astro is a young hacker with high interest in communication systems. Having helped build Superfeedr, he collected experience with high-performance near real-time message processing. He is currently affiliated with buddycloud where he builds a decentralized social networking service on top of XMPP in CoffeeScript.
by Adam Baldwin
Adam is the co-founder of nGenuity where he focuses on helping developers ship secure code.
The structure of web applications is changing. Requirements are changing, technologies are changing, and most importantly user expectations are changing.
Realtime is part of a larger shift in the structure and design of web applications. The old patterns we used for previous generations of applications will not hold up and we need to move on to something new.
Mikeal writes code, he used to work at Mozilla, CouchOne, and Yammer. He has a new thing he can't tell you about or else he'd have to kill you. Mikeal contributes to node.js and writes many widely used node.js modules and is the curator of NodeConf.
by Axel Kratel
7th–8th November 2011