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February 18-19, 2021

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IT'S NODE ROCKET SCIENCE

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    Days
    of inspiring talks
  • 20+
    Speakers
    Sharing latest insights
  • 10K+
    Devs
    From all over the globe

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A two-day conference on all things Node.js, gathering Back-end and Full-stack engineers across the globe in the cloud. To help you stay up-to-date on the latest Node.js tech, we're coming back with a new remote gig on February 18-19, 2021. Mark your calendars for the biggest virtual event for the Node.js community.

Besides the conference talks delivered by well-known pros, be prepared for awesome MCs and a number of virtual networking activities, interactive entertainment, and engaging challenges for all participants.

This year you can expect talks & workshops on:

  • TypeScript

  • Fastify

  • Sails.js

  • AWS CDK

  • Express

  • IoT

  • Performance

  • Large Scale Apps

  • Testing

  • Observability

  • Security

  • Node.js in the Cloud

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Features

TOP NODE.JS SPEAKERS

High-quality talks from field experts followed by video Q&As

NET-WORKING

Join live chat rooms, meet new friends and new opportunities

REMOTE, SAFE, YET FUN

Socialize at remote afterparties and gaming tournaments

Speakers & Instructors

James M Snell
February 18
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James M Snell
NearForm, USA

James is Head of Research at NearForm and a contributor to Node.js core. His contributions include features such as HTTP/2, the WHATWG URL implementation, and, most recently, an implementation of the QUIC protocol.

Anna Henningsen
February 19
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Anna Henningsen
MongoDB, Germany
Talk: Don’t Try This at Home: Synchronous I/O in Node.js

Now part of the MongoDB Developer Tools team, Anna has been one of the most active contributors to Node.js core over the last 4 years. She is fueled by a passion for Node.js and its community.

Vladimir de Turckheim
February 18
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Vladimir de Turckheim
Sqreen, France
Talk: Can You Change the Behavior of a Running Node.js Process from the Outside?

Web security engineer. Node.js collaborator. Customer Engineering Team lead @SqreenIO

Matteo Collina
February 18
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Matteo Collina
NearForm, Italy
Talk: Can We Double HTTP Client Throughput?

Node.js TSC member, PhD, Technical Director @ NearForm, IoT Expert, Consultant, author of Pino and Fastify. Co-author of the book "Node.js Cookbook, Third Edition" edited by Packt.

Eran Hammer
February 18
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Eran Hammer
Sideway Inc., USA

Hapi.js contributor

Ruben Bridgewater
February 18
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Ruben Bridgewater
MaibornWolff , Germany
Talk: Demystifying Memory Leaks in JavaScript

Ruben Bridgewater is member of the Node.js Technical Steering Committee (TSC) and works as Principal IT Architect for MaibornWolff GmbH. His main emphasis is building powerful and easy-to-use APIs for scalable and fast applications. He is continuously working with the V8 team and the TC39 committee to improve the developer experience with JavaScript.

Liz Parody
February 18
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Liz Parody
NodeSource, Colombia
Talk: Examining Observability in Node.js

Liz is a community-taught Software Engineer focused on JavaScript, and Head of Developer Relations at NodeSource. She organizes different community events such as JSConf Colombia, Pioneras Developers, Startup Weekend and has been a speaker at EmpireJS, MedellinJS, PionerasDev, Node+JS Interactive, NodeConf and others.

She loves sharing knowledge, promoting JavaScript and Node.js ecosystem and participating in key tech events and conferences to enhance her knowledge and network.

Colin Ihrig
February 19
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Colin Ihrig
Node.js Technical Steering Committee, USA
Talk: Introduction to the AWS CDK: Infrastructure as Node

Member of the Node.js Technical Steering Committee & a hapi core team member.

Colin Ihrig is a software engineer working primarily with Node.js. He is the author of Pro Node.js for Developers, and co-author of Full Stack JavaScript Development with MEAN.

Bethany Griggs
February 19
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Bethany Griggs
Node.js @ Red Hat, UK
Talk: Node.js: The New and The Experimental

Senior Software Engineer at Red Hat and a Node.js Technical Steering Committee Member. Beth has been involved with the Node.js project since 2016, when she joined IBM in their Node.js Runtime Team. Now at Red Hat, she’s continuing her work around Node.js, including contributing to the Node.js project. Beth is an active member of the Node.js Release Working Group, who audit the content for and produce the Node.js releases. Her other focuses are the creation of resources and tooling to support Node.js deployments to cloud.

Ethan Arrowood
February 19
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Ethan Arrowood
Microsoft, USA
Talk: Safely Handling Dynamic Data with TypeScript

Open source maintainer for Fastify. Software Engineer at Microsoft. Loves hiking and skiing.

Talia Nassi
February 18
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Talia Nassi
Split Software, USA
Talk: Using Feature Flags to Enable Testing in Production

Talia Nassi is an international keynote speaker who delivers content on all things testing and quality. She is a developer advocate at Split.io where she works closely with engineering teams globally to ship software more efficiently. She is passionate about feature flagging, canary launches, CI/CD, testing in production, and A/B testing. She has spoken at countless conferences internationally, ranging from audiences of 100 to 4000!

Thomas Hunter II
February 19
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Thomas Hunter II
Lob.com, USA
Talk: Logging, Metrics, and Tracing with Node.js

Thomas has contributed to dozens of enterprise Node.js services and has worked for a company dedicated to securing Node.js. He has spoken at several conferences on Node.js and JavaScript, is an O'Reilly published author (Distributed Systems with Node.js ), and is an organizer of NodeSchool SF.

Ruben Casas
February 19
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Ruben Casas
American Express, UK
Talk: The Micro-Frontend Revolution at Amex

Software Engineer and Architect. Currently building Micro Frontends Frameworks At American Express. I enjoy exploring new technologies and sharing my experiences with others.

Milecia McGregor
February 18
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Milecia McGregor
Conducto, USA
Talk: The Security Toolbox For Node

Milecia is a senior software engineer that's worked with JavaScript, Angular, React, Node, PHP, Python, .NET, SQL, AWS, Heroku, Azure, and many other tools to build web apps. She also has a master's degree in mechanical and aerospace engineering and has published research in machine learning and robotics. She started Flipped Coding in 2017 to help people learn web development with real-world projects and she publishes articles covering all aspects of software on several publications, including freeCodeCamp. In her free time, she spends time with her husband and dogs while learning to play the harmonica and trying to create her own mad scientist lab.

Slobodan Stojanović
February 19
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Slobodan Stojanović
Vacation Tracker, Serbia
Talk: From 1 to 101 Lambda Functions in Production: Evolving a Serverless Architecture

Slobodan Stojanović is CTO of Cloud Horizon, a software development studio based in Montreal Canada, and CTO of Vacation Tracker, a simple Slack-based leave management system for teams. He is based in Belgrade and is the JS Belgrade meetup co-organizer.

Slobodan is the AWS Serverless Hero, Claudia.js core team member, and co-author of “Serverless Applications with Node.js” book, published by Manning Publications.

Nader Dabit
February 18
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Nader Dabit
Amazon AWS, USA

Nader has been developing with React Native for over 2.5 years. He has worked with and trained developers from fortune 500 companies like Amazon, Visa, American Express, and Microsoft, helping them to get up to speed with React Native as quickly as possible.

Alejandro Oviedo
February 19
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Alejandro Oviedo
X-Team, Argentina
Talk: Instrumenting Node.js Internals

Alejandro has been involved with the Node.js project and its community for some time, helping to grow its community in latam. He enjoys speaking on web security, Node.js performance and serverless.

Tejas Kumar
February 18
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Tejas Kumar
G2i, Germany
Talk: Infrastructure as Code with a Node Focus

Tejas enjoys people, code, and talking about code to people. Having begun coding at age 8, today Tejas travels around the world, encouraging, educating and empowering developers in the web development community.

Zoe Steinkamp
February 18
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Zoe Steinkamp
InfluxData, USA
Talk: How we created the Giraffe libraries for time series data

Zoe Steinkamp is a Software Engineer at InfluxData focusing on React and VueJS while enjoying travling during her free time. Previously she has held Frontend Engineer positions at PlanOmatic and LetGoBeSocial utilizing AngularJS, Html5, Javascript, Ruby on Rails, Webpack, and Jasmine. She graduated from RocketU coding bootcamp in Computer programming. Zoe is constantly working on side projects to learn new things and to learn from experience, and believes in creating beautiful, simple, and smart code.

Antony Bello
February 18
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Antony Bello
Retool, USA

Software engineer, frontend at Retool. Works with React, Redux, TypeScript. Loves mac and cheese, tennis, and exploring.

Austin Moninger
February 18
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Austin Moninger
Retool, USA

Austin is on the customer engineering team at Retool, where he helps other engineers realize the value of a visual programming IDE. You'll find him playing tennis or rollerblading when he manages to get away from his computer.

Chinmay Gaikwad
February 18
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Chinmay Gaikwad
Epsagon, USA
Talk: Comprehensive Observability via Distributed Tracing on Node.js

Chinmay is a Technical Evangelist at Epsagon with experience in data center and cloud technologies. Previously, he worked at companies such as Intel, IBM and early-stage startups. Chinmay has an MS in Computer Science from Columbia University and an MBA from UC Berkeley. In his free time, he loves traveling and exploring restaurants.

Avital Tzubeli
February 19
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Avital Tzubeli
Vonage, Israel
Talk: Push Notifications: Can’t Live With Em, Can’t Live Without Em

From a young age, Avital was fascinated by the world of computers and solving problems with them. She followed a path of backend development, storytelling, and a little graphic design, before discovering the world of DevRel. Today Avital is the Regional Developer Advocate at Vonage TLV, where she gets to combine her passions for code, creative thinking, and facilitating good stories.

Shivay Lamba
February 19
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Shivay Lamba
DarkHorse Analytic, India
Talk: Machine Learning in Node.js Using Tensorflow.js

Shivay Lamba is a CTO, DarkHorse Analytic. He is specializing in DevOps, Machine Learning and Full Stack Development.

He is an Open Source Enthusiast and has been part of various programs like Google Code In and Google Summer of Code as a Mentor and is currently a MLH Fellow. He has also worked at organizations like Amazon, EY, Genpact. He is a Tensorflow.JS SIG member and community lead from India.

Yonatan Kra
February 19
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Yonatan Kra
Vonage, Israel
Talk: Nodejs Runtime Performance Tips

Yonatan has been involved in some awesome projects in the academy and the industry - from C/C++ through Matlab to PHP and javascript. Former CTO at Webiks and Software Architect at WalkMe. Currently he is a software architect at Vonage and an egghead instructor.

Ryan Severns
February 18
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Ryan Severns
StackHawk, USA
Talk: Security Testing for JS Apps

Ryan Severns is Co-Founder & COO at StackHawk where he spends his time getting application security into the hands of developers. Prior to StackHawk, he led analytics, marketing, and growth teams at VictorOps and JumpCloud. He loves end-user focused software, data, and chips & salsa.

Ali Spittel
February 18
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Ali Spittel
AWS Amplify, USA

Ali teaches people to code. She loves Python, JavaScript, and talking about programming. She has been writing React since before es6 classes. She is a Senior Developer Advocate on the AWS Amplify team.

Ali also blogs about code, aimed mostly at a beginner audience. Her writing has gotten over a million readers in the past year. She has also spoken at over 50 events in the last few years.

When Ali's not working, you can find her watching New England sports, competing on CodeWars, taking runs around the city, rock climbing, or participating in coding community events.

Our MC's

Mettin Parzinski
Mettin Parzinski
Passionate People, Netherlands

A frontend developer that started out writing ActionScript, did jQuery and thus has all sorts of knowledge on deprecated stuff. Currently consulting at med-tech startup Aidence to help them detect early-stage lung cancer, using React and ML. Part of a frontend development couple that produced a kid.

Juliana Gomez
Juliana Gomez
Buffer, Colombia

Juliana is an immigrant, a community organizer and a software engineer at Buffer. They're a mentor at The Collab Lab and help organize JSConf Colombia. They've previously spoken at O'Reilly's Fluent Conf and organized Pioneras Developers, a meetup for womxn in Colombia. They dream of a web where everyone can contribute and participate.

Jesse Hall
Jesse Hall
codeSTACKr, USA

Jesse is a full-stack, self-taught developer with a passion to educate others about all things coding related. He teaches aspiring developers through his YouTube channel, codeSTACKr, and online courses. With over 20 years of web development experience, his favorite topics to teach are JavaScript and CSS.

February 18th Schedule

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2021-02-18T15:00:00.000Z
2021-02-18T15:15:00.000Z
Sqreen, France
Can You Change the Behavior of a Running Node.js Process from the Outside?

In this talk, we will have fun trying to tamper with a running Node.js process to change its behavior at runtime. Without changing the code or restarting the process, we will find a way to inject our own logic into it and start to do the things we want. What are the limitations of such an approach? Is there part of it that can be used in real life scenarios? Come and find out! Yes, there will be some live demo.

2021-02-18T15:35:00.000Z
2021-02-18T15:50:00.000Z
G2i, Germany
Infrastructure as Code with a Node Focus

This talk explores the power of tech infrastructure as code, allowing organizations to quickly, reliably and reproducibly build up, scale, and tear down real-world infrastructure as needed — with a focus on NodeJS stacks.

2021-02-18T16:10:00.000Z
2021-02-18T16:25:00.000Z
2021-02-18T16:35:00.000Z

Topic: Node.js in the Cloud

Panelists:

  • Eran Hammer (Hapi.js Core Contributor),

  • Slobodan Stojanović (AWS Serverless Hero, Claudia.js core team member, co-author of “Serverless Applications with Node.js” book),

  • Ali Spittel (Senior Developer Advocate on the AWS Amplify team),

  • Ruben Casas (Software Engineer & Architect at American Express),

  • Alejandro Oviedo (Works with Web security, Node.js performance and Serverless)

Moderator: Nikolay Matvienko (Node Congress Program Committee member, https://notjs.blog/ author)

2021-02-18T17:10:00.000Z
NodeSource, Colombia
Examining Observability in Node.js

Imagine your productivity and confidence developing web apps without chrome dev tools. Many do exactly that with Node.js.

It is important to observe and learn what’s happening in your app to stay competitive and create the most performant and efficient Node.js applications, following the best practices.

In this talk, we will explore useful tools to examine your Node.js applications and how observability will speed up development, produce better code while improving reliability and uptime. Don’t miss it!

2021-02-18T17:30:00.000Z
Split Software, USA
Using Feature Flags to Enable Testing in Production

How do you know your feature is working perfectly in production? If something breaks in production, how will you know? Will you wait for a user to report it to you? What do you do when your staging test results do not reflect current production behavior? In order to test proactively as opposed to reactively, try testing in production! You will have an increased accuracy of test results, your tests will run faster due to the elimination of bad data, and you will have higher confidence before releases. This can be accomplished through feature flagging, canary releases, setting up a proper CI/CD pipeline, and data cleanup. You will leave this talk with strategies to mitigate risk, to better your understanding of the steps to get there, and to shift your company’s testing culture, so you can provide the best possible experience to your users. At the end of the day, we don't care if your features work in staging, we care if they work in production.

2021-02-18T17:50:00.000Z
2021-02-18T18:05:00.000Z
How we created the Giraffe libraries for time series data - Zoe Steinkamp

In this talk, Zoe Steinkamp will talk about Giraffe, an open source visualization library that powers data visualizations in the InfluxDB 2.0 UI. Giraffe can be used to display your data within your own app and is Fluxlang-supported! It uses algorithms to handle visualizing high volumes of time series data that InfluxDB can ingest and query.

How to Build Internal Tools 10x Faster on Retool - Antony Bello & Austin Moninger

Stop wrestling with UI libraries, hacking together data sources, and figuring out access controls. All internal tools are made from the same building blocks: tables, buttons, forms, etc. Instead of building internal tools from scratch, we'll show you how to use the Retool visual programming IDE so you can ship apps 10x faster and save hundreds of hours.

Comprehensive Observability via Distributed Tracing on Node.js - Chinmay Gaikwad

The benefits of Node.js to develop real-time applications at scale are very well known. As Node.js architectures get more and more complex, visualization of your microservice-based architecture is crucial. However, the visualization of microservices is incredibly complex given the scale and the transactions across them. You not only need to visualize your Node.js applications but also analyze the health, flow, and performance of applications to have a complete observability solution. In this talk, we'll go over the challenges of scaling your Node.js applications and tools (such as distributed tracing) available to you to scale with confidence.

Security Testing for JS Apps - Ryan Severns

With StackHawk, engineering teams can run security tests against JS applications and the backing APIs to find and fix vulnerabilities before they hit production. With automated testing on every PR, you can be confident that your app is secure. Join StackHawk co-founder Ryan Severns for a quick overview of JS application security testing with StackHawk.

2021-02-18T18:35:00.000Z
2021-02-18T18:50:00.000Z
Conducto, USA
The Security Toolbox For Node

Do you have a way to quickly check all of your repos for any vulnerabilities to various attacks? Do you know which attacks you should be preparing your applications for? In this talk, we will cover the top 10 attacks on Node applications and how to handle all of them. Multiple tools will be covered, all of which have been used in production across different back-end architectures.

A few of the areas that will be covered include securing dependencies, securing data, and securing your server. By the end of this talk, attendees should have a full security toolbox and they will know how to implement it quickly. This will help with production applications because you will still get through your sprints on time and you will be able to rest knowing you have security measures in place.

2021-02-18T19:10:00.000Z
2021-02-18T19:25:00.000Z
NearForm, Italy
Can We Double HTTP Client Throughput?

The Node.js HTTP client is a fundamental part of any application, yet many think it cannot be improved. I took this as a challenge and I’m now ready to present a new HTTP client for Node.js, undici, that doubles the throughput of your application The story behind this improvement begins with the birth of TCP/IP and it is rooted in one of the fundamental limitations of networking: head-of-line blocking (HOL blocking). HOL blocking is one of those topics that developers blissfully ignore and yet it deeply impacts the runtime experience of the distributed applications that they build every day. Undici is a HTTP/1.1 client that avoids HOL blocking by using keep-alive and pipelining, resulting in a doubling of your application throughput.

2021-02-18T19:45:00.000Z
2021-02-18T19:55:00.000Z

Pictionary with Speakers

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Networking with Community

February 19th Schedule

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2021-02-19T15:00:00.000Z
2021-02-19T15:15:00.000Z
American Express, UK
The Micro-Frontend Revolution at Amex

How do you scale a web application to be developed by thousands of engineers and upgrade it to use the latest Javascript technologies (Nodejs + React)? The answer is, using Micro-Frontends!

American Express is a pioneer in the usage of this architecture using it in production since 2016 and transforming the face of a website used by millions of users worldwide.

2021-02-19T15:35:00.000Z
2021-02-19T15:50:00.000Z
Vacation Tracker, Serbia
From 1 to 101 Lambda Functions in Production: Evolving a Serverless Architecture

Building a serverless function or an API is easy. However, things get a bit more complicated as your application grows. What works for a few functions often don't work for hundreds of functions. As your application grows, you'll need to evolve your architecture, deployment, monitoring, and many other things. This talk is a case study of an evolution of the serverless startup's architecture. We started with a single Lambda function in early 2018 and evolved our application through multiple stages and architectures. At the moment application uses GraphQL and more than 100 Lambda functions and serves millions of requests. We faced and solved many issues during the last three years, learned many things, and managed to keep our infrastructure costs low.

2021-02-19T16:10:00.000Z
2021-02-19T16:25:00.000Z
MaibornWolff , Germany
Demystifying Memory Leaks in JavaScript

Today it is possible to write complex applications with only a handful of developers in a short time frame by relying upon Frameworks and tooling. But what happens when the application crashes with out of memory errors? How is it possible to guarantee fast response times? These problems are still considered difficult to solve.

Let's dive into the Node.js internals and learn about profilers and the garbage collector. Understanding how the system works in depth let's you write code that is safer, faster and less error prone.

Let's make sure you always provide the best experience for everyone. Yourself and your customer. Let us find that memory leak and fix it.

Learnings

  • Participants understand the Node.js memory handling and their shortcomings.
  • Participants know when to profile their application to identify memory leaks and slow code.
  • Participants are able to find and address most memory leaks.
2021-02-19T16:45:00.000Z
2021-02-19T17:00:00.000Z
Microsoft, USA
Safely Handling Dynamic Data with TypeScript

TypeScript makes JavaScript safer by adding static type definitions. Static definitions are wonderful; they prevent developers from making trivial mistakes by ensuring every assignment and invocation is done correctly. A variable typed as a string cannot be assigned a number, and a function expecting three arguments cannot be called with only two. These definitions only exist at build time though; the code that is eventually executed is just JavaScript. But what about the response from an API request? In this talk by Ethan Arrowood, Software Engineer 2 @ Microsoft, he will cover various solutions for safely typing dynamic data in TypeScript applications. This talk features popular technologies such as Fastify, JSON Schema, Node.js, and more!

2021-02-19T17:20:00.000Z
2021-02-19T17:35:00.000Z
Node.js @ Red Hat, UK
Node.js: The New and The Experimental

Node.js core does not have an official roadmap - it’s the sum of the interests and efforts of the contributors that determines the future direction of the project. The evolution of a new feature in Node.js can take different twists and turns. Some new features land as experimental, to give time to gather user feedback before they’re considered stable. Other features will land as stable from the start. So, what’s in the pipeline? This talk will take a look at some of the new and experimental features in Node.js core.

2021-02-19T17:55:00.000Z
2021-02-19T18:10:00.000Z
Instrumenting Node.js Internals - Alejandro Oviedo

When troubleshooting complex Node.js applications recollecting information about the network, filesystem or external dependencies is always useful. Even when working with a new codebase insights on how the application is built, which asynchronous calls are being used or how often. In this talk I want to introduce "instrument", a tool I've created for this which is also Open Source.

Machine Learning in Node.js Using Tensorflow.js - Shivay Lamba

Write and deploy machine learning models easily in Nodejs using Tensorflow.js.

Push Notifications: Can’t Live With Em, Can’t Live Without Em - Avital Tzubeli

Consider how many notifications you get per day... and now consider the millions of other people who are also receiving notifications. 16 million notifications a day that have places to be and people to see, in a race against time, load, and latency.
So what happens behind the scenes to ensure that all those notifications get where they need to go, and quickly? A combination of auto-scaling, rabbitMQ, scrupulous monitoring, and a tireless dev team. In this talk I’ll discuss the functionality of the message bus at the core of Vonage’s communications platform, the powerful Node scripts that power the entire operation, and how you can use similar solutions for a number of different challenges.

Nodejs Runtime Performance Tips - Yonatan Kra

Nodejs runs big systems today. Sometimes, you can improve user experience and save on cloud expanses by optimizing your nodejs scripts. In this talk I will share tips from production on how to improve nodejs runtime performance.

2021-02-19T18:40:00.000Z
2021-02-19T18:55:00.000Z
Node.js Technical Steering Committee, USA
Introduction to the AWS CDK: Infrastructure as Node

For years AWS has offered CloudFormation as an approach to Infrastructure as Code (IaC). CloudFormation allows application stacks to be provisioned from JSON or YAML formatted templates. Unfortunately, due to their size and complexity, CloudFormation templates have earned a reputation as being unwieldy to work with.

The AWS Cloud Development Kit (CDK) mitigates some of the complexity associated with CloudFormation by allowing developers to programmatically define their cloud architecture using familiar high-level languages such as JavaScript and TypeScript. CDK projects can then be deployed via CloudFormation, while retaining all of the benefits of CloudFormation, such as repeatable deployments and drift detection. This talk will introduce the CDK in the context of Node.js and demonstrate how it can be leveraged to provision cloud native architectures.

2021-02-19T19:15:00.000Z
2021-02-19T19:30:00.000Z
Lob.com, USA
Logging, Metrics, and Tracing with Node.js

Logging, Metrics, and Distributed Tracing are three vital tools for observing Node.js services. In this talk we’ll consider the different scenarios in which each tool thrives, look at dashboards and visualizations, and even examine the code required to instrument these tools in a Node.js service.

2021-02-19T19:50:00.000Z
2021-02-19T20:05:00.000Z
MongoDB, Germany
Don’t Try This at Home: Synchronous I/O in Node.js

Node.js is famously a JavaScript runtime that encourages using asynchronous operations wherever possible – but what happens when you really, really need to do synchronous I/O? Anna gives an overview over the – surprisingly many – different ways to achieve this, and what we can learn about how the language and Node.js internals work from them.

2021-02-19T20:25:00.000Z
2021-02-19T20:40:00.000Z

Program Committee

Matteo Collina
NearForm, Italy

Node.js TSC member, PhD, Technical Director @ NearForm, IoT Expert, Consultant, author of Pino and Fastify. Co-author of the book "Node.js Cookbook, Third Edition" edited by Packt.

Andreas Lubbe
Port Blue Sky, Germany

Developer, Mathematician, Open Source Maintainer and Partner at Port Blue Sky

Svenja von Holt
Port Blue Sky, Germany

Serial entrepreneur supporting start-ups & enterprises, Partner at Port Blue Sky and organizer of Germany’s largest Node.js meetup group.

Viktor Turskyi
WebbyLab, Ukraine

CEO and principal software architect at WebbyLab with 17 years of experience in ІТ. Successfully delivered more than 60 projects (including projects for 5 companies from Fortune 500 list). More than 30 talks at different technical conferences. Open-source developer.

Alex Korzhikov
Instructor, Mentor, Netherlands

Software engineer, team lead, ​instructor​, mentor, and ​author of technical materials​ in JavaScript, Node, ​JSON-Schema​, Web Components, TypeScript.

Nikolay Matvienko
Grid Dynamics, Russia

Nikolay is Lead Software Development Engineer and Node.js expert at Grid Dynamics. He has been developing using Node.js for 6 out of 10 professional years, from web backend to serverless data lake processing and analysis. Also he is a Node.js and serverless consultant. Public speaker and https://notjs.blog/ blog author.

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