Hook.io has been an important project for Marak Squires since 2006. Charlie Robbins describes it as "a full-featured I/O framework for node.js that enables a simple way to distribute your application across multiple node.js processes using the new EventEmitter2 API and leveraging the power of Crash-only software." In this technical discussion, Marak reviews both the history of hook.io, as well as both how it works and its specifications. Node.js experts and novices will find his discussion most illuminating.
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"The third major semantic web revolution is node.js, following Java and Ruby. One programmer replaced 10,000 lines of production C code with 4,000 lines of node.js, and that’s just the beginning. Bryan Cantrill of Joyent, Inc. describes a new class of applications that will further revolutionize the real time web, especially mobile. " http://itc.conversationsnetwork.org/shows/detail5107.html
Mikeal Rogers, Daniel Shaw, Chris Williams, Rick Waldron and Elijah Insua talk robots, node-serialport, nodebots, the internet of things, cortex m3, electricimp, alibaba, tmpad, johnny-five, firmata and much more!
What if Rod Serling had a blog? Would Alfred Hitchcock Tweet? These great producers and directors brought suspense and irony to the popular medium of the time; television. How did their work shape the minds of the young people of the time who would grow up to create "our" Internet?