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The Walking Node

The Walking Node

Slides from my talk about the nodejs fork "iojs" at the Munich Nodejs User Group meetup.

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Bodo Kaiser

December 04, 2014
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  1. The Walking Dead Node Munich Node.js Meetup #17, December 4

  2. Node is dead Long live IO? Issue #37

  3. First Contact

  4. GitHub

  5. Twitter @KenanSulayman it's just a fork. don't worry. if it

    gets relevant, we'll all gonna know :D — Julian Gruber (@juliangruber) 30. November 2014
  6. Reaction

  7. Second Contact

  8. GitHub

  9. Reaction

  10. Twitter I brb, migrating everything to io.js: https://t.co/fgQk49HqAW — Jan

    Lehnardt (@janl) 3. Dezember 2014
  11. Twitter II This year I am thankful for https://t.co/HCzm02Zu8M 🙌#

    — Jongleberry (@jongleberry) 27. November 2014
  12. Twitter III #iojs-Tweets

  13. Background

  14. Problems Delay in new releases Core contributors left Joyent forced

    policy
  15. Reaction

  16. Future

  17. Scenarios IO.js replaces Node.js Node.js and IO.js coexist Joyent gives

    IO organization name rights Wait until end of Januar
  18. Plans 6-Week release cycle Quick V8 update adoption Open Governance

    Model Addon-layer (like nan) Split node in submodules (libuv.js, stdlib.js) Clean up stdlib (e.g. deprecate domain)
  19. Impact

  20. For Developers Learn a new command. f i n d

    . ‐ n a m e " * . j s " ‐ e x e c s e d ‐ i " " " s / n o d e / i o j s / g " ' { } ' \ ;
  21. For Recruiters Recruiter looking for #iojs developers, 4 years experience

    required #nodejs — Lloyd Watkin (@lloydwatkin) 3. Dezember 2014
  22. Final Words

  23. Sources Github Logo Discussions Release Discussions Eran Hammer (Walmart) More

    Background Information
  24. Thank You Follow me on twitter @bodojs and on github

    bodokaiser or write me an email i@bodokaiser.io