High level comparison of Go and Nodejs.
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This event delivered what I always want in a tech meetup: Well defined and limited topic presented concisely and as described in the meetup notes beforehand. Members dedicated and enthusiastic about the scope of the group (node) but open to examining any technology that may compare (go). A presenter who has spent enough time in both environments to describe his experiences, but not arrogant enough to fear saying "I don't know" when a question comes up beyond his experience. Good post discussion Q&A that expanded the talk without dragging past the the time to choose between continuing the discussion at the bar || RTN2@TODO.
0 · May 2, 2013
All my questions were answered.Go supports concurrency but distribution is not obvious.
At this time, I would prefer Erlang for concurrent distributed applications.
I'm interested in coming but this is the same night and time as D-New Tech
0 · April 28, 2013
Hey All. If you are looking for parking there are a few options.
1. The street. Metered parking can be found up and down broadway. 2 hour limit max, and a ticket will run you 10$.2. Opera house parking. No idea how costly but it's a covered structure that is watched.
Un/fortunately there is a tiger's game that day so there will be plenty of parking pointed out to you, but may be costly.
0 · April 16, 2013
The Opera house is $5 on non event days, with the Tigers playing its usually[masked]
0 · April 17, 2013
0 · April 19, 2013
Looking forward to it. There a good place to park around the Madison Building?
Apple to Orange? We will find out.
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