Using Node.js to Build your Transport Layer

A session at Thunder Plains

Tuesday 3rd November, 2015

9:30am to 10:20am (CST)

Almost every Javascript developer starts with an example of a REST server to create requests and fulfill their network transport. I'm going to talk about building a TCP network layer which will handle requests between different Node.JS applications which can be spread across the globe.
Today I'm the lead developer at NodeCraft, where we process between 50-70 million requests a week via TCP and REST. I'll talk about the alternative services which provide this today, how to design a scale-able transport layer, and even how to bring the data to the browser via Socket.IO
I personally believe that Javascript and Node.JS is so much more than just a REST framework or a web server. I want to show you how!

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Jonathan Yarbor

Co-Founder and lead developer for NodeCraft Hosting LLC - javascript developer & UX designer. bio from Twitter

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Time 9:30am10:20am CST

Date Tue 3rd November 2015

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