Node.js

“Companies like Netflix, PayPal, and even NASA have shown that with the help of Node.js, JavaScript can be used to implement scalable server-side solutions and change your way of thinking.”

– Sven Kölpin, OPEN KNOWLEDGE GmbH

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Node.js

In combination with the JavaScript package manager npm, Node.js quickly became the most important JavaScript environment and can be seen as one of the drivers for JavaScript acceptance in – and outside of – the classical web development world. What can you do to increase the performance of your Node.js server? How can Node.js be integrated with different technologies? What are the latest trends in the Node.js ecosystem? Well-known experts share their knowledge in the Node.js track, beginning with the very basics like creating web servers and networking tools, all the way up to highly sophisticated topics like optimizing Node.js applications for heavy workloads.

Node.js SESSIONS FROM PAST IJS CONFERENCES

Track Speakers New York 2021

Sebastian Meyen

Sebastian Meyen

Software & Support Media
Joel Lord

Joel Lord

MongoDB
Gil Tayar

Gil Tayar

Roundforest

Track Speakers London 2022

Tamar Stern

Tamar Stern

XM Cyber
Joel Lord

Joel Lord

MongoDB
Roy Derks

Roy Derks

StepZen

Track Program London 2022

Track Program New York 2021

Track Program Munich 2021

Track Sessions New York 2021

Track Sessions New York 2021

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iJS New York Raffle

Sebastian Meyen, Software & Support Media
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Javascript Fullstack Day Munich

Hannah Ebert, adesso SE
Martina Kraus, Kraus Consulting IT
Joel Lord, MongoDB
Max Schulte, Thinktecture AG
Sebastian Springer, MaibornWolff GmbH
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iJS Munich Raffle

Sebastian Meyen, Software & Support Media

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