Mozilla and Node.js at Node Summit, San Francisco

Havi Hoffman

On January 24-25, Brendan Eich and Mark Mayo will be part of Node Summit, a two-day conference at San Francisco’s Mission Bay Conference Center that brings together business and technology leaders to discuss the challenges and benefits of Node.js.

Day 1 speakers and panelists will focus on challenges and implementations of the platform in a variety of real-world environments, while Day 2 includes the NodeJam Demo Hall, with pitches from an innovative group of startups, showcasing how these companies are applying and advancing the technology.

On January 24 at 1:45pm, Mark Mayo, from Mozilla Labs, joins engineers from Yahoo!, Google, and i.TV, to discuss how Node.js allows them to provide real-time connectivity at humongous scale. Mark recently helped deploy and tune BrowserID, a node.js web application, to a new 250-core production environment.

On January 25 at 9:40 am, Joyent’s Ryan Dahl, inventor of Node.js; Mozilla CTO and Javascript inventor Brendan Eich; Jonathan Gay, inventor of Flash; and other luminaries (to be announced) will discuss “The Evolution of Javascript,” moderated by Microsoft’s Eric Meijer.

This is one not to be missed conference. Register now.

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