Taming asynchronous programming (beyond promises)


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Anonymous at 15:47 on 16 May 2013

Very in-depth talk, with lots of code examples to make it easier to follow — the way it’s supposed to be done!

5 for contents, 3 for the talker. Not so effective in some step

yeah ... I agree with Davide

Same as Davide, great content but poor delivery, he basically just read the code on the slides like any of us would have done by reading it on his computer.

It could have been better if it lasted a little less and got straight to the point of the differences between the approaches he mentioned.

Anonymous at 23:01 on 16 May 2013

Many code examples clarify the topic in a proper manner, however the tone of the talk was always the same, please put more emphasis on crucial points.

I'd really appreciated a top view instead of bunches of code. Picked up few tips though.

Good content and points, but too much content.

Try to adjust font sizes and disposition, to be able to use the screen better.

Interesting and inspiring!

Node.JS is simple, but at the same it haves a huge curve of learning. A "good practice" way to see how things must be done, is really useful, and can help to get lost inside strange behaviors of our code. The ending with the real time search it was enlightening... really!!

great talk but too slow, bad speaker and even worse english.......