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A One Language Culture: What does it mean and does it matter?

23rd October 2014 in London at Kings Place

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The most important gain of JavaScript on the server is not sharing code but rather how does having a lingua franca throughout the organization change team dynamics, team structure, hiring, etc. This does not obviate specialization but instead changes what the specialization is, moving from the separation of front-end/back-end to a separation of application/platform which ties nicely into a move towards service orientated architectures. In this talk I will ask, how does this change the roles on the teams and what developers need to be able to do?

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A One Language Culture: What does it mean and does it matter?

Edward Cudahy

Ed Cudahy is the Sr. Director of Platform Engineering at Condé Nast where he is leading the effort to create a new content publishing platform built with node.js. Along with his team he is trying to leapfrog other attempts to reinvent editorial platforms and help move Condé Nast ahead of the pack.

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The most important gain of JavaScript on the server is not sharing code but rather how does having a lingua franca throughout the organization change team dynamics, team structure, hiring, etc. This does not obviate specialization but instead changes what the specialization is, moving from the separation of front-end/back-end to a separation of application/platform which ties nicely into a move towards service orientated architectures. In this talk I will ask, how does this change the roles on the teams and what developers need to be able to do?

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A One Language Culture: What does it mean and does it matter?

Edward Cudahy

Ed Cudahy is the Sr. Director of Platform Engineering at Condé Nast where he is leading the effort to create a new content publishing platform built with node.js. Along with his team he is trying to leapfrog other attempts to reinvent editorial platforms and help move Condé Nast ahead of the pack.

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