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Node.JS, Mobile UI and the Realtime Web (Slides and Audio)

by Andrea Morton  02.17.2012 09:15 AM

You know Alex Donn, AT&T Developer Evangelist and the mastermind behind the popular Hackathons

If you’re not meeting up with him later today in Plano, you have a chance to get a replay of his AT&T Developer Summit talk, “Pouring on the awesome sauce with Node.JS, mobile UI and the realtime web.” 

Download the archived slides and audio file from the AT&T Developer Program website.  If you’re not a member, it’s a simple process to sign up, and it’s free for experienced and aspiring developers alike! 


Pouring on the awesome sauce with Node.JS, mobile UI and the realtime web

Node.js is a server-side JavaScript environment that uses an asynchronous event-driven I/O model. The Node.js project was created to provide non-blocking infrastructure for scripting highly concurrent programs and has significant implications for applications that require an ultra-fast response such as apps that need dynamic navigation, games like MMO Scrabble, and interactive e-learning. In addition, Node.js can be used as an approach to applications that call for a simple yet scalable underlying architecture.

alexdonnAlex Donn is a Developer Evangelist with the AT&T Developer Program. He started his career at Intel in developer marketing and has over 11 years of high- tech marketing experience. Alex’s technical and business background enabled him to conceptualize and spearhead the AT&T Mobile App Hackathon concept, which helps developers to create a community around rapid mobile app creation over the course of one day.


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