NewCircle Developer Stream
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Learn how and why Yahoo migrated their web stack from PHP to a Node.js and Cocktails platform
Brian Lonsdorf of loop/recur breaks down some of the fundamentals of functional programming.
Front end architect Michael Dale shows you some tools and techniques for delivering optimal media experiences across different integration contexts and devices.
Tom Hughes-Croucher talks about how Node.JS can be used to avoid common bottlenecks and get you only the data you you want, when you want it.
Matt Stine gives the SF Java Usergroup an introduction to Vert.x, a more scaleable, node.js based framework.
ZenDesk's Mikito Takada talks about his experiences with Single Page Applications (when they've worked, when they haven't) and gives you some tips for building your own.
Google's Gilad Bracha talks about the essentials of Dart, as well as where Google plans to take it down the road, focusing on mixins, reflection, and asynchrony.
In this talk Peter Lubbers, from Google, goes over how Web Platform came to be, how it works, and how you can begin participating right now.
Derek Brans, Sr. Architect at Krux, talks about why delivering asynchronous ads matters, and how you can accomplish it in this presentation from HTML5 Dev Conf.
GitHub Designer, Julie Ann Horvath talks about hacking together a design environment.
Ben Vinegar, Front-end Engineer at Disqus, sets out to change how you think about iframes in this talk from HTML5 Dev Conf.
Marakana recorded over 40 awesome talks at HTML5 Dev Conf 3, and you'll find all of them here.