Wednesday 6th November, 2013
10:30am to 11:30am
Traditional web frameworks have always clearly defined where the front-end code ended and the back-end code began. Today, as companies are moving to more modular service-oriented architectures to more easily manage their data, front-end developers now can also use server-side components to create user interfaces that are more flexible and more performant. We'll talk about how Yahoo is using Node.js to create this new front-end, how the new components we're building are different than traditional MVC frameworks, and how you can use it to bootstrap a complex YUI application to be faster than before, while writing less boilerplate.
Open-source software engineer on the YUI/Mojito team @Yahoo, and former bioinformatician from @McGillU. 21. bio from Twitter
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