Sessions at Web 2.0 Expo 2011 SF about Real-Time Web

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Tuesday 29th March 2011

  • The Architecture of a Robust Realtime Site

    by Steve Huffman

    This is a session for developers who are interested in learning about the Tornado framework for Python and event-driven programming in general. We'll talk about the benefits of Tornado and how we use it and other libraries at Hipmunk to write robust software and to ease scaling.

    At 10:05am to 10:55am, Tuesday 29th March

    In 2006, Moscone Center

  • Real-Time's Impact on Place

    by Diann Eisnor

    As the digital world is becoming more and more real-time, the notion of maps as a series of borders is changing--and we're moving toward maps that are created based on what’s happening right now in a given location. Pretty soon, we’ll navigate more based on time than space, which presents radically unique implications for product, UI, monetization and more.

    At 2:40pm to 3:00pm, Tuesday 29th March

    In 2009, Moscone Center