About the Talk
May 3, 2013 10:50 AM
Kansas City, MOKansas City, MO
Have you seen one of those new-fangled node.js real-time web applications and wonder how to get that special sauce into your project, without being forced to convert it all to node.js?
We'll dig into using node.js for what's it's good at, while keeping your existing systems to avoid expensive rewrites. Take an exploration into infrastructure tools like messaging systems and reverse proxies to provide a seamless experience to your users.