Earlier this year Nagy was appointed to the Technical Steering Committee of Node.js, joining representatives of major IT players from around the world. Node.TLV, which is being held in Tel Aviv, Israel, 14-15 November 2021, is expected to welcome more than 800 developers.
“Node.js is a core part of much of today’s IT infrastructure, used by everyone from small start-ups to large global companies like Netflix and LinkedIn,” Nagy said. “It is also an essential part of the media world, a central module in the runtime used to transfer and transform data.
“I will be a part of the discussions around the latest developments in Node 14 and beyond,” he added. “This significantly improves the behavioural consistency of streams, which will be beneficial to nxtedition and the other companies developing software-centric production and delivery tools.”
As a member of the Technical Steering Committee, Nagy is closely involved with the development of Node.js core stream and http modules. His talk will discuss the challenges of streaming, how they are resolved, and present many new exciting features that make writing Node streams easier.