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Asynchronous and non-Blocking network frameworks have become a big deal: tools like node.js and BlueEyes have set the pattern for new projects. Yet they use an approach to their networking and architecture that is foreign to even many seasoned developers: callbacks instead of pure function calls can be daunting at first glance, yet powerful.
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Asynchronous and non-Blocking network frameworks
A polyglot programmer, Brendan has made various contributions to Open Source in the past including building a Linux Driver for the Lego Mindstorms system — which now ships with the kernel. Brendan McAdams works at Netflix having previously worked within the Professional Services team at Typesafe.