by Brett Kiefer
Trello.com is a new organization tool built completely in CoffeeScript using Node.js, Backbone.js, and WebSockets. Learn how and why we built it as we did, hear our war stories, marvel at the folly.
Unleash the Kraken! The power of Stream based development in node.js is powerful indeed, but when combined with functional programming techniques to transform and control the flow of your stream, they're absolutely unstoppable.
You'll never look at asynchronous coding in node the same way again.
by Rob Hawkes
An overview of the new role that browsers are adopting and the technologies that are helping that happen (Canvas, WebGL, Gamepad, Mouse Lock, Full Screen, WebSockets, etc). This talk will also briefly cover some related technologies like Node.js and mDNS.
by Felix Sheng
Ordr.in has a suite of real time transactional APIs that manage and transmit ten’s of thousands of restaurant menu items. I will discuss how and why we use node/JS throughout our entire stack, reusing code on the client and server and my vision for scaling with nginx and cluster.
Derby is a full-stack MVC framework making it easy to write realtime, collaborative applications for Node.js and browsers. It provides shared server and client rendering, automatic data synchronization, and realtime conflict resolution. Derby makes it simple to write applications that load as fast as a search engine, are as interactive as a document editor, and work offline. http://derbyjs.com/
29th–31st May 2012