Published 27th November 2019

We implemented the QUIC protocol for Node.js. Here’s how we did it, why, and a look at the fun things you can do with it.

James Snell is Head of Research at NearForm. He has 20+ years’ experience in the software industry and is a well-known figure in the global Node.js community. He has been an author, co-author, contributor, or editor of several W3C semantic web and IETF internet standards. He is a core contributor to the Node.js project, is a member of the Node.js Technical Steering Committee (TSC), and has served on the Node.js Foundation Board of Directors as the TSC representative.

This talk was given at NodeConf EU 2019.

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A QUIC bit of fun with Node.js: Tech Talk Video

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