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Push Databases with RethinkDB CEO Slava Akhmechet

http://traffic.libsyn.com/sedaily/rethinkdb_slava.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadRethinkDB is an open-source database for the realtime web. RethinkDB pushes changes to the application rather than waiting for a request. Slava Akhmechet is the CEO of RethinkDB. Questions RethinkDB supports a “push” model rather than request handling. Why? What are some use cases for pushing data? What does the full-stack architecture look like when the database has push? What did you learn from the

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JavaScript: Fundamental Answers

Fundamental questions loomed at the beginning of JavaScript Week. Some answers: Is JavaScript the new bytecode? Abstractions like Scala, Groovy, and Clojure were built on top of the Java Virtual Machine’s finely tuned bytecode processing power. Virtual machine innovation is now happening atop V8. V8-powered NodeJS apps compile directly to machine code at a speed that rivals the JVM’s compilation from bytecode to machine code. TypeScript, React, and other conveniences are built

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Meteor vs. Ruby On Rails

Originally posted on Quora by Yad Faeq: In their core, both of them have brought a group of packages Rails from Ruby gems, Meteor from npm packages and packed them together to serve a a modern Web Framework. Ruby On Rails is a web framework that is widely known for asserting the MVC architecture, which sometimes Meteor can be referred to as well for being a Framework asserting a neat

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Meteor.js with Uri Goldshtein

http://traffic.libsyn.com/sedaily/meteor_uri.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadMeteor is a full-stack web framework for building isomorphic JavaScript applications. Questions include: Is Meteor the Ruby on Rails of the JavaScript world? What is full-stack data binding? Is Meteor compatible with React? Does Meteor compete with frameworks like Express? If Meteor is open source, how does the company make money? What is the future of all-JavaScript apps on mobile? Links: Angular-Meteor talk by

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