Node Summit 2017 – OPENING REMARKS – Charles Beeler, Raquel Velez

Node Summit 2017 – DEBUGGING IN 2017 W/ NODE.JS – Paul Irish

While we’ve all used the trusty console.log for debugging our application, Node now has far more powerful debugging capabilities. Paul will demonstrate improved workflows for debugging, profiling and understanding your app using the DevTools Protocol. He will also share more advanced techniques for automating and monitoring Node. Speaker: Paul Irish, Developer Advocate, Google Location: Level […]

Node Summit 2017 – PLATFORM AS A REFLECTION OF VALUES: JOYENT, NODE.JS, AND BEYOND – Bryan Cantrill

Since its inception, Joyent has sought to build robust services for elastic compute and storage infrastructure. For much of our history, our runtime of choice for these upstack services was node.js — to the point that we were the steward of the project from 2010 until the formation of the Node Foundation in 2015. Today, […]

Node Summit 2017 – SECURING YOUR SERVERLESS NODE.JS APPS – Guy Podjarny

Serverless means handing off server management to the cloud platforms – along with their security risks. With the “pros” ensuring our servers are patched, what’s left for Node.js developers to protect? As it turns out, quite a lot. This talk discusses the aspects of security serverless doesn’t solve, the problems it could make worse, and […]

Node Summit 2017 – HTTP2 FOR NODE.JS CORE – James Snell

This talk will provide a snapshot of current development efforts to bring HTTP/2 support to Node.js core including working code, an exploration of APIs and capabilities, and –most important — how users can get their hands on the code to start working with it. Speaker: James Snell, Open Source Architect, nearForm Location: Level 2, Main […]

Node Summit 2017 – NODE.JS IS THE ENGINE OF EXECUTION IN UX – Trevor Livingston

HomeAway is transforming its business. From a subscription service to a two sided marketplace, from private to public cloud, from monoliths to multiple new science driven experiences. To undertake this monumental task, application development must proceed at a rapid pace. Node.js is the key that unlocks the engine of execution between UX design and engineering. […]

Node Summit 2017 – TYPESCRIPT: HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING & TRUST THE COMPILER – Felix Rieseberg

At Slack, we use one JavaScript codebase to build a multi-threaded desktop application, routinely interacting with native code. Managing large JavaScript codebases is challenging – we need a guarantee that the individual pieces fit together. In the desktop world, a small mistake is likely to result in a crash. To that end, we adopted TypeScript […]

Node Summit 2017 – REAL WORLD NODE.JS WORKLOADS FOR DATA CENTER – Anil Kumar

Node.js ecosystem is growing exponentially and despite explosive NPM growth, Node.js lacks real world benchmarks which can be used for evaluating various Node.js components as well as complete stack including Cloud and Data Center impact. This talk will discuss some real world Node.js workloads development in open source as well as share the challenges of […]

Node Summit 2017 – OPEN SOURCE GOVERNANCE MODELS: FROM BDFL TO CONSENSUS SEEKING – Myles Borins

Prior to the fork Node.js was run using a Benevolent Dictator for Life model. After merging with io.js the project adopted a consensus seeking model for landing all changes and governance. The project has seen a resurgence in contribution in the new model, but it is not without it’s own problems. This session will examine […]

Node Summit 2017 – NODE.JS AND THE RAPIDLY EVOLVING CLOUD NATIVE LANDSCAPE – Jonathan Carter

Nearly seventy percent of organizations are exploring microservices in some form. As they embark of this journey, they are breaking apart monolithic applications, dealing with new architectural paradigms and digesting a myriad of shifting technologies and buzzwords like cloud native, containers, orchestration, polyglot, and serverless. Fortunately, Node.js and the ecosystem that surrounds it is helping […]

Videos from Prior Events

Node Summit 2017 – DEBUGGING IN 2017 W/ NODE.JS – Paul Irish

While we’ve all used the trusty console.log for debugging our application, Node now has far more powerful debugging capabilities. Paul will demonstrate improved workflows for debugging, profiling and understanding your app using the DevTools Protocol. He will also share more advanced techniques for automating and monitoring Node.

Speaker:
Paul Irish, Developer Advocate, Google

Location: Level 2, Main Stage

Node Summit 2017 – PLATFORM AS A REFLECTION OF VALUES: JOYENT, NODE.JS, AND BEYOND – Bryan Cantrill

Since its inception, Joyent has sought to build robust services for elastic compute and storage infrastructure. For much of our history, our runtime of choice for these upstack services was node.js — to the point that we were the steward of the project from 2010 until the formation of the Node Foundation in 2015. Today, however, while our engineering values remain centered around building robust services, we are no longer exclusive to node.js, finding ourselves looking beyond node.js to other platforms and communities. This talk will candidly describe where we’ve been, where we’re going, and how our relationship with node.js has changed — even as our values have remained the same.

Speaker:
Bryan Cantrill, CTO, Joyent

Location: Level 2, Main Stage

Node Summit 2017 – SECURING YOUR SERVERLESS NODE.JS APPS – Guy Podjarny

Serverless means handing off server management to the cloud platforms – along with their security risks. With the “pros” ensuring our servers are patched, what’s left for Node.js developers to protect? As it turns out, quite a lot. This talk discusses the aspects of security serverless doesn’t solve, the problems it could make worse, and the tools and practices you can use to keep your serverless Node.js applications safe.

Speaker:
Guy Podjarny, CEO, Snyk

Location: Level 2, Main Stage