Node Summit 2015

Node Summit 2015 was a two-day conference at the Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco – February 10-11, 2015.

SPEAKERS

Ben Acker

Walmart

Scott Anderson

MasterCard Worldwide

Akhil Arora

Oracle

Adam Baldwin

Node Security

Lance Ball

Red Hat

Charles Beeler

Rally Ventures

Bert Belder

StrongLoop

Greg Brail

Apigee

Daniel Brain

Checkout, PayPal

Eric Braun

Global Enterprise & Strategic Partnerships, Joyent

Kelsey Breseman

Technical Machine

Reid Burke

Yahoo

Mathias Buus

dat

Sean Byrnes

Flurry

Niamh Cahill

CA Technology

Bryan Cantrill

Joyent

Lin Clark

npm

Matteo Collina

nearForm

Stephen Commisso

GoDaddy

Adam Crabtree

Noderiety

Chetan Desai

Intuit

Brendan Eich

Peter Elger

nearForm

Jamund Ferguson

PayPal

Mícheál Ó Foghlú

Red Hat

Jacob Groundwater

New Relic

Adron Hall

Thrashing Code

Eran Hammer

Walmart

Jeff Harrell

PayPal

Ariya Hidayat

Jafar Husain

Netflix

Aarthi Jayaram

LinkedIn

William Kapke

Shubhra Kar

Yehuda Katz

Tilde

Charlie Key

Modulus

Vinay Kumar

Intuit

Alex Liu

Netflix

Hunter Loftis

Heroku

Steven Loomis

IBM

Thorsten Lorenz

NodeSource

Luca Maraschi

IceMobile

Peter Marton

RisingStack

Joe McCann

NodeSource

Jon McKay

Technical Machine

Bradley Meck

NodeSource

Kuassi Mensah

Oracle

Jordan Novet

VentureBeat

Travell Perkins

Fidelity

Scott Persinger

Heroku

Tony Pujals

NodeRocket

Scott Rahner

Dow Jones

Sameera Rao

PayPal

Charlie Robbins

Nodejitsu

Emily Rose

Salesforce

Issac Roth

Tim Ryan

Chris Saint-Amant

Netflix

Theo Schlossnagle

Circonus

Isaac Schlueter

npm

Fred K. Schott

Box

Glenn Scott

Creative Artists Agency

Dan Shaw

NodeSource

Aaron Silvas

GoDaddy

Antonio Silveira

GoDaddy

CJ Silverio

npm

Ryan Stevens

NodeSource

Gord Tanner

bitHound

Al Tsang

StrongLoop

Manish Vachharajani

LineRate, F5 Networks

Raquel Velez

npm

Poornima Venkatakrishnan

PayPal

Sri Viswanath

Groupon

Steven Zeiler

Ripple Labs

Agenda

Day 1 - Tuesday, February 10


8:00 AM

REGISTRATION & BREAKFAST

Arrive early, grab coffee, food and network with your fellow early risers.

9:00 AM

Setting the Stage for Node Summit

Emcee:
Raquel Velez, Engineering Manager, Services Team, npm
Host:
Charles Beeler, General Partner, Rally Ventures
Location: Main Stage

9:10 AM

Node.js and Yahoo!

Node is used at Yahoo for an increasing number of our products and for building, testing, provisioning, and deploying them. Learn about where Yahoo uses Node, why it continues to use Node, and the practices that help us use Node effectively.

Speaker:
Reid Burke, Senior Software Engineer, Yahoo
Location: Main Stage

9:35 AM

Designing Node.js Applications

Designing and crafting effective Node.js applications frequently involves a fundamentally different approach than we’ve seen in many platforms of the past. Rather than building monolithic functional structures, Node.js applications are composed of discrete components that complement each other and specialize. We’ll explore what works, how Node.js applications are different and how teams work together to create a complete application.

Speakers:
Jeff Harrell, Senior Director of Online Payments, PayPal
Aarthi Jayaram, Senior Engineering Manager, LinkedIn
William Kapke, Director of Engineering
Luca Maraschi, Platform Architect, IceMobile
Siddharth Ram, Chief Architect Small Business Division, Intuit
Moderator:
Dan Shaw, Founder and Chief Evangelist, NodeSource
Location: Main Stage

10:20 AM

Integrating Node.js Into Your Ecosystem

Adopting Node.js at your company, but don’t want to rebuild everything? Learn some pragmatic techniques for making Node.js play well in your existing infrastructure.

Speaker:
Alex Liu, Senior Software Engineer, Netflix
Location: Main Stage

10:20 AM

A Case Study of Node on the JVM Using Avatar.js

This session describes a case study and the steps for running Node.js compatible applications on the JVM against Oracle daytabase using Nashorn, Avatar.js, and JDBC.

Speaker:
Kuassi Mensah, Director Product Management, Oracle
Location: Track One

10:20 AM

Enterprise IoT Systems with Node and MQTT

Node.js is the de-facto standard to implement IoT projects. In this talk we will discuss the MQTT.js library, how to use it in the client and in the browser with Websockets, and the Mosca MQTT broker which will play a central role in your new IoT architecture.

Speaker:
Matteo Collina, Architect, nearForm
Location: Track Two

10:20 AM

Debugging Node.js, the Double Edged Sword

When it comes to getting insight into our Node.js application we usually face a minor challenge. Tools to make this easy just haven’t evolved as far as they have for technologies that have been around much longer. But if we take some time to investigate what’s out there and get creative we can go much further than most of us might think. In this talk I will show practical examples how to use existing tools to do that and how we can improve on those with user land modules.

Speaker:
Thorsten Lorenz, Senior Software Engineer, NodeSource
Location: Track Three

10:45 AM

MORNING BREAK Sponsored by: Joyent

10:50 AM

Joyent Workshop - Architecting Production

Our Node.js applications are more than the sum of their parts – no matter the topography of the company, they demand the same kind of holistic thinking. Hear these technical leaders discuss how they architect applications that meet business requirements, organizational structures, and deployment strategies to maximize the benefits of Node.js in their business.

Speakers:
Scott Anderson, Director of Software Engineering, MasterCard Worldwide
TJ Fontaine, Node.js Core Contributor, Joyent
Wyatt Preul, Product Engineer, Joyent
Location: Main Stage

10:50 AM

Heroku Workshop - Production Ready Node Architectures

Heroku is home to thousands of Node applications, and as a result thousands of architectures. In this workshop, we’ll explore and demonstrate the characteristics of a production ready Node application.

Speaker:
Hunter Loftis, Node.js Platform Owner, Heroku
Location: Track One

10:50 AM

My Node.js has Superpowers

Find out why node.js out of the box is setting you up for failure, and what to do about it – service resilience, rethinking performance, walking in the dark, putting it all together. Expect to see real world metrics and live coding.

Speaker:
Stephen Commisso, Senior Software Engineer, GoDaddy
Location: Track Two

10:50 AM

Managing the Change Introduced by Node.js in the Enterprise

In this session, attendees will learn about the challenges the Intuit TurboTax engineering teams faced in the adoption of Node.js and how they solved the problems of on-boarding Node.js.

Speakers:
Chetan Desai, DevOps Architect, Intuit
Vinay Kumar, Distinguished Architect, Intuit
Location: Track Three

11:25 AM

Building PayPal’s Global Payment Experience – Take 2

Hear how one of PayPal’s highly trafficked apps, the Checkout experience, was rewritten just a year after the first node.js version was created and the lessons learned along the way.

Speakers:
Daniel Brain, Lead Engineer, Checkout, PayPal
Poornima Venkatakrishnan, Member of Techical Staff, PayPal
Location: Main Stage

11:55 AM

Node.js and Containers: Dispatches from the Frontier

The past year has seen an explosion of developer interest in containers. Like Node.js, containers are a particularly good match for efficiently developing and deploying microservices architectures. In this talk, we will describe our experiences using Node.js containers to build distributed systems, including difficulties that we’ve faced, improvements we have made, wins we have achieved and challenges that remain.

Speaker:
Bryan Cantrill, CTO, Joyent
Location: Main Stage

12:30 PM

LUNCH BREAK Sponsored by: IBM Cloudant

12:45 PM

The Node Dream, How Moving to Node.js Changed Our Team and Got Us 10x Better Scalability

The Node Dream, How Moving to Node.js Changed Our Team and Got Us 10x Better Scalability

Speaker:
Antonio Silveira, VP Engineering, GoDaddy

12:45 PM

Using Node to Put the Rapid Back into Rapid Prototyping

Find out how CA Technologies is using Node to rapidly innovate new solutions and cultivate field, engineering & customer collaboration.

Speaker:
Niamh Cahill, Advisor, Solution Strategy, CA Technology

12:45 PM

Why Would We Ever Build a Distributed Computing Platform in Node?

bitHound developed a large scale distributed computing platform to analyze source code in nodeJS. This talk we will go over the good and the bad in bitHound learned architecting its back end services.

Speaker:
Gord Tanner, Co-Founder, cto, bitHound

12:45 PM

A Path Towards Securing Every Module

By increasing the surface area of both code dependencies and the authors who write that code applications need a new set of tools for identifying potential vulnerabilities. This talk will examine several techniques including static analysis to answer this problem.

Speaker:
Charlie Robbins, Founder CEO, Nodejitsu

1:30 PM

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Join end users and providers as they discuss techniques and tools for identifying and working through critical Node.js production deployments and how they applied these in real world application deployments.

Speakers:
Hunter Loftis, Node.js Platform Owner, Heroku
Scott Rahner, Engineering Productivity Lead, Dow Jones
Antonio Silveira, VP Engineering, GoDaddy
Sri Viswanath, CTO, Engineering, Groupon
Moderator:
Theo Schlossnagle, CEO and Founder, Circonus
Location: Main Stage

2:10 PM

Security – from Server to Ecosystem

Security concerns are often the insurmountable obstacles towards meaningful adoption of new technologies. This panel will examine security related challenges including: bringing open source technologies into Enterprise environments, working with JavaScript on the server at its lowest levels, and managing a rapidly expanding community of modules. Learn how we do this without sacrificing productivity, existing workflows, or trust.

Speakers:
Scott Anderson, Director of Software Engineering, MasterCard Worldwide
Adam Baldwin, Founder, Node Security
Eran Hammer, Director of Node Services, Walmart
Moderator:
Eric Braun, VP, Global Enterprise & Strategic Partnerships, Joyent
Location: Main Stage

2:50 PM

Node on the Road

This talk covers the challenges IT departments face and how Node.js has helped CAA transform its IT organization into a go-to partner for business stakeholders.

Speaker:
Glenn Scott, Product Development, Creative Artists Agency
Location: Main Stage

2:50 PM

Good Artists Copy, Great Artists Replicate

This talk will cover how we can make replication simpler by building specialized databases that do fewer things.

Speaker:
Mathias Buus, Open Source Developer, dat
Location: Track One

2:50 PM

Node is the Integration Fabric of the Future

Despite the mass adoption of standards such as REST, the need for integration has continued to grow exponentially with explosive growth driven by mobile, SaaS, and now IoT. Integration requires holistic capabilities including flexible scripting, and being able work with disparate data sources and services. NodeJS provides these capabilities not only with a highly concurrent event driven model through its asynchronous roots but speed of development by JavaScript as a dynamic language. NodeJS not only addresses the convergence needs but is also a key driver shaping the change toward full stack solutions needed by the omnichannel devices of tomorrow.

Speaker:
Al Tsang, Founder and CEO, LunchBadger
Location: Track Two

2:50 PM

Isomorphic and Reactive Applications

There is no such thing as separated client and server app in the isomorphic era, there are only environments (browser, server, IoT device etc.). One app is running on both client and server side: this the end of the SEO pain and code duplications.

Speaker:
Peter Marton, Co-Founder and CTO, RisingStack
Location: Track 3

3:15 PM

AFTERNOON BREAK

3:20 PM

How DevOps Becomes DevOpsSec

All code has security bugs, but how do you ensure your development process is locked down? With a focus on Node, we’ll share how to tie security into every aspect of your current DevOps process, and the keys to helping your development team produce safer, more secure code.

Speakers:
Coen Hyde, CTO & Co-Founder, Popbasic
Chris Raethke, CTO and Co-Founder, Bugcrowd
Location: Main Stage

3:20 PM

Getting Started with Node Process Management

Join us for a quick hands on lab to learn the best practices for managing processes in your Node apps by comparing and contrasting various npm modules suited for the task.

Speaker:
Krishna Raman, Software Engineer, StrongLoop
Location: Track One

3:20 PM

Measuring Node.js Micro-Services

Embrace and build micro-services without fear of creating a monster!

Speaker:
Peter Elger, Director of Engineering, nearForm
Location: Track Two

3:20 PM

Mobile Web Apps with PouchDB, AngularJS, Node.js and IBM Cloudant

Learn how to build mobile web apps using PouchDB, AngularJS, Node.js and IBM Cloudant, a globally distributed data layer for web and mobile apps. Quickly integrate with Cloudant using the Cloudant Node.js client library and ease the management and deployment of your application with IBM Bluemix.

Speakers:
Jeff Sloyer, Developer Advocate, IBM
Bradley Holt, Developer Advocate, IBM Cloudant
Location: Track Three

4:00 PM

Node.js at Scale

In 2013, the npm registry was the paradigm example of an overloaded and unreliable system. After 4 years of side-project volunteer support and massive growth, it was showing signs of strain. By the end of 2014, this critical component of the Node.js experience has become about as reliable as the air we breathe, with several months of 100% uptime. CJ Silverio, head of DevOps at npm, Inc., will discuss how we got from there to here, and the challenges involved in refactoring critical production infrastructure without downtime.

Speaker:
CJ Silverio, Director, Engineering, npm
Location: Main Stage

4:25 PM

The Future of Node.js

Speakers:
Ross Gardler, Senior Technical Evangelist, Microsoft Open Technologies
Scott Hammond, CEO, Joyent
Todd Moore, Director Open Technology and Partnerships, IBM
Travell Perkins, CTO, Fidelity
Gianugo Rabellino, Sr. Director, Open Source Communities, Microsoft
Bill Scott, Senior Director UI Engineering, PayPal
Location: Main Stage

5:15 PM

CLOSING DAY 1

Emcees:
Charles Beeler, General Partner, Rally Ventures
Raquel Velez, Engineering Manager, Services Team, npm
Location: Main Stage

Day 2 - Tuesday, February 10


8:00 AM

REGISTRATION & BREAKFAST

Arrive early, grab coffee, food and network with your fellow early risers.

9:00 AM

OPENING DAY 2

Emcee:
Raquel Velez, Engineering Manager, Services Team, npm

9:05 AM

Node at Dow Jones

Case study on how Node.js became the de facto standard at Dow Jones
Speaker:
Scott Rahner, Engineering Productivity Lead, Dow Jones
Location: Main Stage

9:30 AM

Evolution of Javascript III

Advancements in Javascript are having a significant impact on Node.js development. Hear from some of the people driving these advances and learn more about how to take advantage of these changes in your development environment.
Speakers:
Brendan Eich, JavaScript Creator
Ariya Hidayat, VP Engineering
Jafar Husain, Senior Developer, Netflix
Yehuda Katz, Co-Founder, Tilde
Moderator:
Chris Saint-Amant, Director, UI Engineering, Netflix
Location: Main Stage

10:20 AM

Performance Profiling the Unexpected

Fred will share the surprising and unexpected things Box learned about Node.js performance, and how the Company reduced server response times by over 80% along the way
Speaker:
Fred K. Schott, Software Engineer, Box
Location: Main Stage

10:20 AM

Choosing a Node.js Framework or a Design Pattern

Investigate the use cases and criteria for choosing a suitable framework by comparing some of the popular frameworks and the design philosophy behind them.
Speaker:
Shubhra Kar, Director of Products and Education
Location: Track One

10:20 AM

The Business Case for Node 2015

The Business Case for Node covers five key tenets of why adopting Node is great for your business – faster innovation, improved productivity, increased developer joy, attracting talent and cost savings.
Speaker:
Joe McCann, CEO, NodeSource
Location: Track Two

10:20 AM

Data Science in Node

Most Data Scientists use a combination of Python, R and SQL for their machine learning modeling and analysis. This talk discusses how to use Node to analyze data, build models and ultimately solve difficult problems using the power of Javascript.
Speaker:
Sean Byrnes, Founder, Flurry
Location: Track Three

10:45 AM

MORNING BREAK Sponsored by: Bugcrowd

10:50 AM

Debugging Node Applications in the Bluemix Environment PaaS

In the IBM Bluemix PaaS environment the default runtime is the IBM SDK for Node.js. This runtime is 100% compatible and shares the community source but adds support for additional problem determination tools. This session introduces these tools and demonstrates using them to debug Out of Memory and Crash scenarios.
Speakers:
Chris Bailey, Runtime Technologies Developer, IBM
Michael Dawson, Senior Software Developer - Node.js Community Lead, IBM
Location: Main Stage

10:50 AM

Getting Started with JavaScript’s Booming Developer Community

npm is an essential feature of Node.js (and of the broader JavaScript ecosystem), with the npm registry hosting 120,000+ packages for client and server side development. In this workshop, get a hands-on lesson in how to use npm from its creator, Isaac Schlueter, and members of the npm team.
Speakers:
Lin Clark, Dev Star, npm
Isaac Schlueter, CEO, npm
Location: Track One

10:50 AM

Road Trip! From .NET to Node.js

Learn about the journey a team of .NET developers took in moving from the Microsoft ecosystem (.NET, Windows Server, IIS, SQL Server, AppFabric Cache) to Node.js, Linux, Redis and Cassandra.
Speaker:
Stephen Commisso, Senior Software Engineer, GoDaddy
Location: Track Two

10:50 AM

Going Evented with Node – How We Retrofitted Real-Time into Our Enterprise App

Learn how we used Node to turn a traditional polling-based architecture into a event-driven one by combining Node with a Python stack. See how Node can be mixed into a standard-stack application to get all the benefits of its evented architecture without rewriting your application.
Speaker:
Scott Persinger, Senior Engineering Director, Heroku
Location: Track Three

11:25 AM

Scaling Business Critical Node.js Applications

Design for production from the start. This panel will share experiences from multiple viewpoints around critical decision factors, milestones, requirements and recommendations for scaling Node.js applications both technically and organizationally.
Speakers:
Bert Belder, Node.js Core Developer, StrongLoop
Reid Burke, Senior Software Engineer, Yahoo
Manish Vachharajani, Senior Architect, Founder, LineRate, F5 Networks
Moderator:
Theo Schlossnagle, CEO and Founder, Circonus
Location: Main Stage

12:05 PM

Early Learnings from ES6 at PayPal

ES6 is coming and it’s chock-full of really amazing features. PayPal recently started adopting certain ES6 features and Jamund will show what parts of the language they are using, how they are able to use it today and the performance impact.
Speaker:
Jamund Ferguson, UI Engineer, PayPal
Location: Main Stage

12:05 PM

npm for Teams: Pain-Proofing Your Team’s Development Workflow

Learn how to use npm to reduce the time spent coordinating between developers on a team and prevent time-wasting bugs from being introduced in the first place.
Speaker:
Lin Clark, Dev Star, npm
Location: Track One

12:05 PM

Introducing Mako: A Secure Enterprise Grade Private PaaS Implemented in Node.js

This session discusses how Fidelity Investments uses Mako, a PaaS platform implemented in Node.js, to run mission critical workloads securely.
Speaker:
Travell Perkins, CTO, Fidelity
Location: Track Two

12:05 PM

Intl as in Internationalization: Tools for Global Node.js Applications

Supporting a global user-base is not optional in today’s connected world. One of the upcoming features in node.js 0.12 is the ready availability of the ECMA-402 “Intl” global, which will begin to bring JavaScript in line with the best practices of other development environments. This talk will discuss the Intl and related APIs, how they came to be in v8 and node, best ways to use them in your node.js applications, as well as a look ahead at the future of JavaScript internationalization.
Speaker:
Steven Loomis, Unicode Software Engineer, IBM
Location: Track Three

12:30 PM

LUNCH BREAK Sponsored by: Heroku

12:45 PM

Signed Scripts for Node.js

Node.js users want the ability to sign scripts so that only vetted code runs in production, but Node.js and JavaScript can make this challenging. We will discuss these challenges and how they are addressed in the signed script implementation for F5’s LineRate products which use Node.js to extend their datapaths.
Speaker:
Matthew Yacobucci, Senior Software Engineer, F5
Location: Main Stage

12:45 PM

Universal Distribution via Node Archives

When Javascript developers move to Node they lose one of Javascript’s greatest strengths, universal distribution via browsers.This talk covers the creation and specification of Node Archives and how we can reclaim this lost asset.
Speaker:
Bradley Meck, Software Engineer, NodeSource
Location: Track One

12:45 PM

How PayPal Built an Experience Platform Leveraging Javascript and Node.js

Hear how Node.js and an all Javascript development stack helped PayPal bring efficiencies in engineering and helped rethink and reboot product, design and operational thinking.
Speaker:
Sameera Rao, Senior Mgr Business Products Engineering, PayPal
Location: Track Two

12:45 PM

Industrial-Grade Node.js

Node.js is being increasingly used in business-critical production environments – perhaps more so than any other dynamically interpreted language. While this role for JavaScript might have seemed shocking as recently as a few years ago, the techniques and tooling are now established and proven. This talk will focus on how to make Node.js-based systems robust and resilient from a design, implementation and debugging perspective. We will discuss our own experiences building, deploying and debugging Node.js-based systems — and how those experiences have influenced the direction for Node.js.
Speaker:
David Pacheco, Software Engineer, Joyent
Location: Track Three

1:30 PM

Evolution of Javascript (ES7)

What if you could write entire application servers without a single call back? What If writing non-blocking code was as easy as writing code that blocked? Learn how new features proposed for JavaScript 7 could make blocking and nonblocking code look nearly identical.
Speaker:
Jafar Husain, Senior Developer, Netflix
Location: Main Stage

1:55 PM

Internet of Things

The regular internet is powered by Javascript, why not the Internet of Things? Find out how Node.js powers some of the biggest changes in how we interact with the world around us, and what we can expect from this continually developing field.
Speakers:
Matteo Collina, Software Architect, nearForm
Jon McKay, CEO, Technical Machine
Emily Rose, Lead Developer Evangelist, Salesforce
Moderator:
Ben Acker, Senior Software Engineer, Walmart
Location: Main Stage

2:30 PM

Using Node without Using Node

All Node.js apps run on the standard “Node.js” implementation on top of V8, right? Not exactly. In fact, several organizations have chosen to build implementations of the core Node.js APIs that run on Java, Lua, and other technologies. In this session, several of us will explain our own implementations, how they differ from Node, why we built them, and what challenges we faced.
Speakers:
Akhil Arora, Principal Member of Technical Staff, Oracle
Lance Ball, Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat
Greg Brail, Chief Architect, Apigee
Tim Ryan, Co-Founder, Engineer
Manish Vachharajani, Senior Architect, Founder, LineRate, F5 Networks
Moderator:
Jacob Groundwater, Engineering Manager, New Relic
Location: Main Stage

3:10 PM

AFTERNOON BREAK

3:15 PM

Deploy Your Application to Production Today

See how simple it is to take your Node.js web app and provide it to all the world to enjoy. In this workshop you’ll learn how to deploy your application to Modulus, scale it globally, and catch performance issues in real-time.
Speakers:
Brandon Cannaday, CPO, Losant
Taron Foxworth, Software Engineer, Modulus
Location: Main Stage

3:15 PM

Open and Node.js: The New Language of Enterprise Mobility

For enterprise app development new open technologies and frameworks are replacing proprietary and ridged architectures. Mobile app development platforms based on Node.js provide app development toolkits, secure backend integration through mobile backend as a service and API management and the ability to work collaboratively across app projects.
Speaker:
Mícheál Ó Foghlú, CTO Red Hat Mobile, Red Hat
Location: Track One

3:15 PM

Production Ready Node Architectures

Heroku is home to thousands of Node applications, and as a result thousands of architectures. In this workshop, we’ll explore and demonstrate the characteristics of a production ready Node application.
Speaker:
Hunter Loftis, Node.js Platform Owner, Heroku
Location: Track Two

3:15 PM

Setting Node Free: Building Autonomous Applications on Codius

Codius is an open hosting protocol that makes it easy to build applications that are self-sustaining, distributed and secure. This talk will cover what developers can build and share the technical details of the platform.
Speaker:
Steven Zeiler, Software Architect, Ripple Labs
Location: Track Three

4:00 PM

Betting Big on Node.js (Entreprenuers)

Meet some of the companies that are betting on Node.js and learn about what they are developing that will impact your organizations success working with Node.js.
Speakers:
Charlie Key, Sr. Director, Modulus
Joe McCann, CEO, NodeSource
Mícheál Ó Foghlú, CTO Red Hat Mobile, Red Hat
Issac Roth, Co-Founder, Products Officer
Isaac Schlueter, CEO, npm
Moderator:
Jordan Novet, Staff Writer, VentureBeat
Location: Main Stage

4:40 PM

v0.12 and Beyond

TJ Fontaine and Reid Burke discuss the recent release of v0.12 and what the roadmap holds for the future of Node.js.
Speakers:
Reid Burke, Senior Software Engineer, Yahoo
TJ Fontaine, Node.js Core Contributor, Joyent
Moderator:
Jacob Groundwater, Engineering Manager, New Relic
Location: Main Stage

5:00 PM

Closing Remarks

Emcees:
Charles Beeler, General Partner, Rally Ventures
Raquel Velez, Engineering Manager, Services Team, npm
Location: Main Stage

5:05 PM

COCKTAILS Sponsored by: Rally Ventures