Riding the N(ode) Train (Groupon)

Node Summit

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The step to Node is part of I-Tier, a larger project that will allow Groupon to horizontally scale applications by moving toward an SOA and to a more performant stack. As Groupon continues to converge, connect and globalize, Node.js will continue to play an important role. This talk will share key ideas and takeaways from these efforts and outline the resulting business impact. https://vimeo.com/nodesummit/review/85584666/dc3ce37dae

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Driving Groupon's business to the next level is the move from Ruby on Rails to Node.js.

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