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JavaScript Game Microservers  

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1:15 PM Sunday
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Creating numerous nodejs microservers (each < 100 lines of code), each implementing an aspect of game mechanics or storage functions, to quickly compose prototypes of single-player games in the browser or create multiplayer turn-based games.

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Bill Enright

Nodejs and JavaScript enthusiast. I work at BD Biosciences, in San Jose, CA, developing C# software for clinical diagnosis and research of blood diseases. In the dark of night, I build nodejs-based web apps for online game prototyping. I'm currently a student at the University of Illinois Springfield in their online MSCS program. My areas of interest are applying functional programming in the application domain (hence last year's session on Arrowlets), nodejs and webservices (hence this year's session :), and javascript in the browser.
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