Node.js Patterns: From Callbacks to Observer

A session at Node PDX 2016

Tuesday 21st June, 2016

1:15pm to 2:45pm (PST)

This presentation is for you, if you’re a JavaScript engineer who is interested in deepening your understanding of Node.js patterns so you can create and design Node.js applications intelligently. With the right pattern, applications will be more scalable and easier to maintain. If you aspire one day to become a Node.js architect (or maybe you’re already one and want to extend your knowledge), this presentation is for you.

You will learn from this talk:
* Starting with basic: what is event loop and callback: setTimeout(), setImmediate() and process.nextTick()
* The observer pattern with EventEmitter
* Middleware pattern
* Module patterns: module.exports et al
* Hacking object prototype and global refs
* Factory pattern and pseudo-classical inheritance
* Async patterns: Async, NeoAsync, async await, generators and Promises

About the speaker

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Azat Mardan

Software/ JavaScript / @nodejs Expert, Author, Speaker, Educator and Blogger. Technology Fellow at @capitalone

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  • Adron Hall
  • Azat Mardan
  • David Goodwin

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  • Erik Ratcliffe

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Time 1:15pm2:45pm PST

Date Tue 21st June 2016


Main Room, Bossanova Ballroom

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