Perspectives from Node.js Users: The Biggest Benefits of Node.js [w/ subs]



00:00:00 – really the top three benefits of using
00:00:14 – know that godaddy have been encouraging
00:00:16 – modularity right so coupling is the
00:00:19 – devil in all software I don't care what
00:00:20 – language it is so by writing smaller
00:00:22 – things that work well together we're
00:00:24 – able to write more flexible solutions
00:00:26 – for our customers think number two is
00:00:28 – really JavaScript right so you've there
00:00:30 – was not as much front-end talent as
00:00:33 – there was before and so by choosing node
00:00:36 – a lot more developers are familiar with
00:00:39 – JavaScript and I think the third would
00:00:40 – really be the community of people that
00:00:43 – are behind it as a business the reasons
00:00:46 – that we knew we had to go as nodejs were
00:00:48 – there were a few one ones that we had a
00:00:51 – whole stable of trained programmers who
00:00:54 – were already good at javascript so there
00:00:56 – is no retraining necessary for them not
00:01:00 – even the discomfort that comes with you
00:01:03 – know a new server-side programming
00:01:04 – language we also knew that node was how
00:01:10 – we were going to get the benefits of
00:01:12 – server-side rendering quickly and easily
00:01:14 – common office of node to me the primary
00:01:18 – one is the same language on the front
00:01:20 – end of the back end having our entire
00:01:23 – team be able to work across our entire
00:01:24 – app even if they don't necessarily have
00:01:27 – background knowledge they can you know
00:01:29 – hopefully contribute I get a lot of
00:01:31 – value of that that is out of the manager
00:01:32 – as you know kind of somebody overseen
00:01:35 – development notte is it's a really good
00:01:37 – ocean details it's a small it's fast and
00:01:40 – it's clean
00:01:42 – [Music]
00:01:44 – millions of people go to NFL com every
00:01:49 – day and having a solid user experience
00:01:52 – is absolutely essential nodejs helps us
00:01:55 – deliver a solid user experience by
00:01:58 – allowing us to render pages on the
00:02:00 – server decreasing the time to load for
00:02:03 – the user and helping with search engine
00:02:05 – optimization Samsung acquired joy in and
00:02:08 – June and as a result of that it's it
00:02:12 – means that now a billion connected
00:02:14 – devices that Samsung has are starting to
00:02:17 – depend on our public cloud and our
00:02:19 – public cloud depends on nodejs so in
00:02:22 – turn it's really validation that node is
00:02:25 – almost a perfect fit for connected
00:02:28 – devices for IOT and just managing
00:02:30 – petabytes of data at wild works one of
00:02:34 – the reasons we chose knits nodejs was
00:02:36 – its ability to scale when we release new
00:02:39 – games especially on the App Store we
00:02:42 – really have no idea how many users were
00:02:43 – going to get initially and so we need
00:02:46 – something that's able to scale rapidly
00:02:47 – and with using nodejs and containers we
00:02:50 – were really able to build that the
00:02:52 – combination of surveillance with nodejs
00:02:54 – was pretty much the ideal one just
00:02:57 – because of nodes small run time it
00:02:59 – really allows you to deploy serverless
00:03:02 – applications quickly and have them
00:03:04 – operate really / formally on top of AWS
00:03:06 – but nobody is going to be able to avoid
00:03:08 – note in the future you are going to find
00:03:11 – savings that only node can do as we
00:03:13 – found it ramp the runway where noted the
00:03:15 – only solution to our desire for
00:03:17 – server-side rendered apps note is an
00:03:20 – increasingly large part of the ecosystem
00:03:23 – of web programming and I think we are
00:03:28 – all going to be note shops
00:03:30 – if you're an enterprise and you are
00:03:36 – thinking about using know today what I
00:03:38 – would save you first is that javascript
00:03:39 – is eating the world writing one language
00:03:42 – makes scaling a team easier there are
00:03:46 – always going to be differences between
00:03:48 – front end the second server and browser
00:03:50 – environments but if you can speak a
00:03:52 – single dialect you can get really far as
00:03:56 – an organization


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