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The Future is Serverless: What That Means for Node.js

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Serverless computing is sweeping the cloud industry and transforming how we’re building applications on the cloud. Node.js has been the first language each of the major serverless providers has supported from day 1. Node.js applications written for serverless are changing from their “server”ed past. We’ll discuss why serverless went Node.js first, what impact this will have on Node.js developers, and finally, what consequences this might have on Node.js’s ecosystem.

Talk given by Chris Anderson at Node Summit 2017.

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  1. Can someone give a comprehensive definition of serverless? Also, what's the advantage over running your own server?

  2. Paul Stoleriu

    Microsoft, GTFO of the web dev space. You are useless morons.

  3. Any thoughts on vendor lock-in? The basic premise of Serverless makes sense, but in a lot of cases you're buying into a platform's "way" of doing things.

  4. MEER

    Someone can write the subtitles in english please

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