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Architect for Scale - My Learnings in Node.js (A case study)
Submitted by Shreyansh Pandey (@weirdpanda) on Sunday, 17 March 2019
Technical level: Beginner Status: Confirmed & Scheduled
When faced with the inevitable question of choosing a framework, people often times go for the most popular and hardly do the research on why others may serve their purpose. Deployment is another issue; microservices? Monilithic? Docker? What about testing? And security? They are a lot of questions. With this conversation (rather than a “talk”), I will try to justify the good and the bad use-case of each of the technologies.
By the end of this talk, the attendees should have a nice grasp on the pros and the cons of some of the most popular libraries, design patterns and mechanisms in the Node.js/JS world and when should they use which.
- Why this talk
- How not to do Logging
- My experience with security and JWT
- JSON vs. RPC
- Why “express” isn’t the answer to every problem
- Detecting and debugging memory leaks in production.
- Network and service mesh layer
- When to use HAProxy (vs. nginx)
- Bits of bad code I have seen
- Conclusion and QA
I have worked with startups of all sizes (a pretty cliché line) and I have faced numerous problems (read: disasters) while writing code; some have been slipped under the carpet whilst others have led to some losses. In the end, there is a saying - “if a developer wrote perfect code, everyone else would be out of a job.”