The ownership of the npm package 'event-stream' changed hands, late 2018, and found its way into the hands of an attacker, targeting a Bitcoin wallet.
Get a glimpse into the inner workings of three powerful open source projects: Electron, Node, & Chromium.
When building apps, we focus on minimizing costs, time to market, bugs, bundle size, application speed, SEO, but we spend almost no effort trying to minimize the damage our applications are making to the environment.
Introduction to the world of event-driven systems, CQRS, and Event Sourcing concepts.
Post-Mortem debugging is a powerful technique that allows you to take a memory dump, when an issue occurs in your application, and later analyze it offline.
Learn what it means to ‘load test’ your application, and how to get started with writing your first script.
Get familiar with event sourcing on the server and learn how it can be combined into your architecture.
We moved our application from the cluster module to PM2 & RabbitMQ. This talk will cover the Why/What/How we made this migration.
How to build a really large application? How to think about architectural layers? What is wrong with the majority of JS frameworks? How does GraphQL influence my architecture?
A journey into the asynchronous debugging horrors, how to avoid them and what patterns can be used to ease the life of each developer debugging applications.
See the design and architecture that went into creating a component compiler which generates framework agnostic components.
Intro on building a server-side rendered website with Quasar, by using Vue and Nodejs.
Learn how large organizations like Facebook, Microsoft, and Google are able to successfully scale across multiple teams, business units, and products.
Zero Knowledge Architecture is a pattern that allow to build applications where all data is stored and exchanged in an encrypted way.
See how it is easy implementing a client-side mocking solution with connect-api-mocker library.
What if you could log your brain to the developer console, typing with your brain signals?
Since last year, all major browsers support ECMAScript modules, and Node.js is looking to support them as well. Join me for a tour!
In this talk we’ll break down how to build an OAuth flow, then dissect an OAuth implementation done in a node.js CLI.
A deep dive into the event loop, how it works, what its different phases are, and how it enables non-blocking IO.
Reasons for using BFF (Backend For Frontend) pattern in large-scale enterprise development, and choosing Node.js as the ideal tool in this area.
See how Docker & Node can work together with Kubernetes, to release and scale automatically stateless-services.