Published 27th November 2019

Anna re-builds a simple Node.js core feature from scratch on stage, giving insight into the internals of Node.js and the process around making changes to Node core.

Anna is part of the Research Team at NearForm. She is a seasoned software developer and maintainer of Node.js Core, known for major Node.js features such as Workers, Brotli support and strong involvement in the HTTP/2 effort among many others.

Apart from over a decade and a half of software development experience, she has a strong mathematical background, and is passionate about sharing what she learns in her work with the wider community through speaking at conferences and meetups and is also a member of the Node.js Technical Steering Committee (TSC).

This talk was given at NodeConf EU 2019.

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