Vancouver Node.js afficiendo
I gave a talk last night on node.js to the Richmond Java Users Group. The talk ran through suitable use-cases for Node and how to get started with event-driven programming.
Huge thanks to the Richmond Java Users Group for organizing and Apex Systems for sponsoring!
The slides are available at here.
"Mike ... has a very good handle on what Node is good for, and perhaps more importantly, what it isn't good for." -Isaac Z. Schlueter, Node.js project lead
Contact Mike if you're looking for someone to give a talk on Node.js or guide a class through a tutorial.
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