It’s not often that a fundamental change sweeps through the development community with such potential and achieves widespread adoption in under 12 months, but node.js is that. In that same short time developers have turned node.js into the most active git repository, passing Ruby on Rails as the most popular environment for building real-time distributed applications. This pace of deployment has put node.js in the spotlight within not just the development community but also every aspect of today’s technology-focused business.
The two-day conference will be held on Jan. 24–25, 2012, in San Francisco. Registration is now open — discounted tickets still available.
The agenda has all the details about sessions that are packed with topics such as real-time web, high-performance computing, scalable applications, networked applications, endpoints at scale and Platform-as-a-Service.
For more information, visit www.nodesummit.com or follow us on Twitter @NodeSummit. We look forward to seeing you in San Francisco in January.