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D202 Out the Lamp

Tuesday, April 9, 2013
11:30 AM 12:15 PM
, Assistant Director for Innovation and User Experience, Darien Library

For the past decade, the LAMP (Linux, Apache,MySQL, PHP) stack has reigned supreme. Web technologies have evolved, however, and the LAMP light no longer shines as brightly as it once did. This session is for coders and noncoders alike who wish to hear about the next generation of high-performance web technologies. You’ll learn about server-side JavaScript using node.js, simplifying with CoffeeScript, full-text indexing with Sphinx, persistent key-value storage with Redis, and going commando with NoSQL packages such as CouchDB. These are the technologies that are going to power tomorrow’s web—learn about them now.

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