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Native Modules in Node.js

John Korb and Justin Ligman from Interactive Intelligence will be diving into native modules in Node.js. More specifically the topic will be how native Node.js modules interoperate with V8. Then how to build modules to take advantage of these features.

As always Pizza and Beer will be present (soda for non-drinkers).

At the end there will be a few minutes for anyone to show off something cool you are working on with Node.js.

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  • Justin L.

    I added the presentation on Node add-ons to the examples GitHub repo, which you can find here: https://github.com/flapitz/node-addon-examples

    February 27, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Guys, I have no idea about most stuff regarding programming but I love it (I did a lot of work in MATLAB (I know thats not really programming), and had a class on relational database theory).
    I know a bit of python and javascript, and understand the very basics of OOP.
    My background is far from developing but I've always been curious about it. I'd love to just be able to attend meetups, lurk around and learn as much as I can.
    My keenest interest would be databases.

    2 · February 26, 2014

    • Justin L.

      the more the better!

      February 27, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    For those of you who wanted to know more about the Mac prompt used last night with the git status, here are the instructions.

    Here is a picture of what I am speaking of:
    http://s3.tadkom.net.s3.amazonaws.com/blog/zsh/powerline.png

    oh my zsh
    use the agnoster theme for the cool prompt that shows you the git status
    https://github.com/robbyrussell/oh-my-zsh

    iTerm2
    http://www.iterm2.com

    powerline fonts
    the dz designation represents dotted zeros
    the small medium large refers to the amount of space between lines
    https://github.com/Lokaltog/powerline-fonts

    1 · February 27, 2014

    • Benjamin D.

      John. Thanks for posting the examples.

      February 27, 2014

    • A former member
      A former member

      Not quite as pretty but here is the windows version (requires cygwin)...https://github.com/hai...­

      February 27, 2014

  • Glenn A.

    Had never taken the time to dig into this part of Node so this was a great way to get some insights into what is possible

    February 27, 2014

  • Luke M.

    Here's the github project from John Korb's presentation on V8. https://github.com/korbjt/v8examples

    February 26, 2014

  • Justin L.

    You can find the code for the Node add-on presentation here: https://github.com/flapitz/node-addon-examples

    2 · February 26, 2014

  • Benjamin D.

    See if I can be there on time tonight.

    February 26, 2014

  • David C.

    As a first time attendee, is a laptop required or is this more of a presentation?

    February 24, 2014

    • Charlie K.

      This will not require a laptop but no one is ever frowned upon for having one. :)

      February 24, 2014

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