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Release the Kraken
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| by Jeff Harrell on May 17, 2014 |
42:14

Summary
Jeff Harrell discusses how PayPal is using JavaScript and Node.js, the process of introducing them into a large Java shop, some pitfalls encountered along the way and the overall reaction.

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Bio

Jeff Harrell (@juxtajeff) is Director of UI Engineering at PayPal, a JavaScript hacker who's excited about bringing Node.js to large scale organizations.

mloc.js 2014 is a conference for people interested in the future of the language and the platform, the possibilites of JavaScript on the web and on the server side. For people doing or planning to do big JavaScript projects. And for people would like to see how is it possible to improve JavaScript by making it smarter, faster and sexy.

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