> I recently attended one of the Node User Groups, talked to some people
> people and listened to presentations, and would like to suggest a topic I
> could speak upon.
> Last year we have developed a distributed system, using librabbitmq-c,
> libv8 and our own version of a standard bootstrap (mostly requires, file
> loading, and native function calls), which a simplified version of node.js
> running on top of librabbitmq instead of libev, and which is able to handle
> a good load, but is also running on an embedded device with 200mhz
> processor and 64mbs of ram.
Embedded node? Cool!
> On the other hand, in this talk I'd like to address the issues related to a
> real-world scalability problems, and decisions that brought us to Clojure,
> and some Java libs we started using from Clojure. Also, an operating
> systems concepts, especially interesting and important for the people who
> connect their lives with node or any event loop, and how we were able to
> serve a multitude of simultaneously running _blocking_ i/o operations.
> I hope to make it entertaining, but also allowing to learn. That talk is a
> bit biased, since we discovered many problems that you can't possibly face
> during the development, and only discover in production, if you don't go to
> your OS source code.
> The best time for me would be 7th of March. If you have suggestions about
> topic or want me to highlight anything in particular, let me know.
next MNUG meetup is scheduled for 19th of April .
If you still want to speak at the MNUG please send us a short bio and the
title and abstract of your talk. How long do you need for your talk?
Looking forward to see you at the next MNUG!