- Node.js -

Italian conference - V edition

October 22nd 2016 - Desenzano (BS)

Massimiliano Mantione


Massimiliano started as a Javascript hater but this changed after he worked in the V8 team in Google for about one year and half. Now, among other things, he is implementing a virtual reality platform on the web.



Level: Intermediate, some NodeJS knowledge required - Schedule: 15:00 - 15:30

Seneca.JS, load balancing, broadcast, and NSQ


I recently started using Seneca.JS to organize microservices in our project, but I has some trouble finding the right because we had peculiar needs.

Particularly, we wanted zero configuration, a production-tested infrastructure, and both broadcast and load-balancing semantics in message transmission.

We found that NSQ has the properties we need, and that integrating it in Seneca is simple and gives us the best of both worlds.