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Cloud IDE ( and Node.js Streams and Dataflow

Devrim Yasar will present, a cloud IDE and code tool:

Koding allows you to easily start projects behind a single URL, share your code, and collaborate with co-developers all over the world without having to install anything on your computer. You can run your application instantly and as you grow, you can hire a team of developers, deploy your app with one click.
Devrim will discuss Koding's 100% Javascript/nodejs stack, which supports tens of thousands of live users and sites.

Dan McAulay will talk about using Streams ( to create real-time apps with Node.js.

Thanks to CSUA for hosting the event! UC Berkeley students are always welcome.

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  • Dave R.

    Fun talk / geography lesson by the founders of Koding on how they're using their own homebuilt framework to build their online developer platform / social-networking site (i.e. cross Internet River).

    Afterwards, James Halliday (aka substack) demoed for everyone some elegant methods for streams in node.js. All in all, a very good time.

    August 31, 2012

  • Tristan J.

    There were definitely some interesting ideas behind koding that were cool, and I was glad to be introduced to it. It seems like the sort of thing that would be very useful to have, as a kind of sandbox you can make available. Would be nice to see it develop into a way to eventually push code to many of the up-and-coming cloud application providers. (Heroku, etc)

    It's very early though, and the presentation of the implementation was not that interesting. It's a little weird hearing how to use a framework you can't download and use.

    August 31, 2012

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