March 9-11, 2011
Montreal, Canada

Building servers with Node.js

Node.js allows developers to rapidly build network applications that can handle tens of thousands of users. At least, that's the promise. This talk introduces developers to Node.js and its ecosystem. It separates the hype from the reality and helps them answer the question "is Node right for me?"

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Travis Swicegood


Travis Swicegood is a professional programmer and consultant with a focus on web applications, performance, and stability. He is the owner of Domain51, and author of Pragmatic Version Control using Git. He has been using PHP since '99 and still remembers how revolutionary PHP 4 was, but can't remember why. He's contributed to numerous open source projects. He's an advocate for TDD and real-time applications.

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