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In the last couple of days, I have presented a tech talk in eSpace and followed by a session in BadrIt.

The session was about: Javascript and NodeJS in the Cloud

The talk started with JavaScript history and why some people used to hate it; then the rise of NodeJS and Async IO; then, building Cloud9; and finally my demo was:

My talk had some focus on the Ruby on Rails and other technology stacks (used in eSpace and BadrIt) and why NodeJS would be much better in some use cases. In BadrIt, it turned to be more like a discussion, than a tech session.

I have received great feedback about our work in Cloud9.