f.y.m.k.a: few of you may know :p
It's a lightning talk for JSDC 2014 to figure out and to think we can we do for our current products and list them as TBD.
1. We are considering moving from Python to Node.js. Not only the reason I've mentioned on the slide (CoffeeScript and Python) but also the performance issue. We are using PyPy, Tornado, and Cython to improve the performance as good as normal Node.js has done.
2. For beginner, the learning curve of AngularJS is too steep. So, maybe React + Flux can solve the problem for the pain of beginners.
3. RxJS can solve the async issue instead of using "block requests of users".