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Node.js exercises in CoffeeScript

I attended the Node.js workshop in Falsy Values last week. As both Node.js and CoffeeScript are often short of examples, I decided to put my implementations of the exercises up on GitHub. This even resulted in a ReadWriteWeb post:

Going to San Francisco

This weekend, after Falsy Values, I will be flying to San Francisco for a couple of weeks. There are some conferences: MeeGo Conference, May 23-25 Aloha Editor dev con, June 6-8 However, as there is quite some time between these two events, it would be interesting to meet cool people and/or projects. So if you're in the area, drop me...

PHP can perform better than Node.js

My previous post about using Silex and AppServer-in-PHP similarly to ExpressJS generate quite a bit of interest. In the Hacker News thread there was a question about memory usage, and so I put the AppServer under siege. Memory usage stayed constant at: 13958 bergie 20 0 125m 10m 2136 S 1 0.6 0:00.28 php 13959 bergie 20 0 125m 10m...

Falsy Values JavaScript conference

Node.js workshop starting. Poll of people participating… most write mainly PHP, Java, Python, Ruby. But everybody also writes JavaScript.

Alternative JS syntaxes

Alternative JS syntaxesAltJS provides an amazingly long list of transpilers that turn code written in other languages into JavaScript. So many different syntaxes that can target the universal runtime…