NodeJS Edition: The fastest JS server runtime, rapid MVP development, and more

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Hey Amsterdam JavaScript devs, we're here with another edition of the AmsterdamJS Meetup and we'd love to see you again! Join our event on November 14, and you'll get to hear all about making the fastest JS server runtime, rapid MVP development, and more.

We have some great news for our JavaScript community, so get ready for an exciting event.

The Meetup is hosted by Rangle.io (https://rangle.io) at the Elastic office (https://elastic.co), who will treat us to drinks and snacks.

🚨 We've changed our policy on Meetup registrations in order to communicate with our audience more efficiently. In addition to RSVP'ing on Meetup, we'd like to kindly ask you to register a free ticket on Eventbrite as soon as possible if you intend on attending the event. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/nodejs-edition-the-fastest-js-server-rapid-mvp-development-and-more-registration-79126125371

🗣 Submit your talk - https://goo.gl/forms/wHXTe8STgIsbGwXj2

🕐 Event Schedule

18:00 - Doors open - snacks, beer, socialization
19:00 - Introduction and announcements
19:10 - 🗣 "10 things I learned making the fastest JS server runtime in the world" by Paulo Lopes
19:40 - 🗣 "Using Node, React and AWS Amplify for rapid MVP development" by Chris DePaul
20:10 - 🗣 TBA
21:00 - Networking

## "10 things I learned making the fastest JS server runtime in the world" by Paulo Lopes
(https://twitter.com/@pml0pes)

This presentation is about server performance, which means that no time in the world would be enough to cover it all. Hopefully, I can share with you the top #10 things I've learned while putting JavaScript on the top of the server side benchmarks.

You will learn about runtimes and engines, how some are more capable than others, and sometimes the obvious choice is not always the right one...

This talk is about thinking outside of the box, being creative and don't take anything for granted. We will debunk myths about native code vs script or RAM usage, it's going to be fast! I promise!

About Paulo

10+ years of software development experience writing, rewriting, banging head against the wall, editing and re-editing high-performance web application

## "Using Node, React and AWS Amplify for rapid MVP development" by Chris DePaul (https://www.linkedin.com/in/cdepaul/)

A company was interested in making an MVP of a new product idea, in 6 weeks.

About Chris

Chris DePaul is a software developer at Rangle Amsterdam. He works with Node, React, Angular, mySQL, NoSQL, and utilizes AWS products to develop scalable, secure and entertaining web applications. During his time at Rangle, Chris has worked on projects for Progressive Insurance and a major pharmaceutical organization. In addition to building software, Chris has produced an award-winning podcast and a Juno-nominated comedy album.



🤝 Code of Conduct

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