Remote: Node.js Worker Threads

Tuesday, May 12th, 2020, 5:30 PM
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🎥 This event will be presented remotely

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This month we'll be presenting a talk from James covering Node.js Worker Threads which became stable in version 12.

We'll hear about what they are, how they work, the challenges with using them, and the challenges we have with profiling them.

This talk is sure to have a lot of technical insight into a feature we will see in use every day. As tooling mature, Worker Threads promise to become the standard way to build highly performant Node.js apps.


James M Snell Profile
James M Snell

James is a member of the Node.js Technical Steering Committee (TSC), NearForm Head of Research, and occasional dabbler in HTTP protocols.

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