Zoe’s Tech Talk focuses on Deno. Zoe provides an overview of what Deno is, what “secure runtime” means, and what Rust is. Zoe then provides a brief history of Node and what that will mean for the future of Deno.
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Difficult to solve from never really Checking in on node Dino offers support out of the box for Node modules but one thing it strives to Do is prevent the dependency help Problems with all these external Dependencies kind of chaining into each Other Doll recognizes that this isn't a Problem up to a certain point so you Only have one or two layers deep of Dependencies right it isn't chaining at That point and you haven't downloaded All of npm into your file so You have your core Dino package which is Kept as minimal as possible and then you Have the dino standard set of modules Where at least as of 2019 doll said he Was superficially reviewing all of them Before he put them on there So then we move on to one of the biggest Questions that people have about Dino And that is the when So when is Dino going to come in and Swoop us off our feet pulling us from The black hole of our node modules Folder and into this lush tropical Landscape of dinosaurs right So the question of when for most people Is going to be never Doll emphasizes heavily in the stocks That it's whenever you actually want it If you like note you should use it if You don't like node give Dino a shot
So node is stable it's extremely stable It's probably not going to change and if It does they're like are committees that Agree on these things they have to Because it's so big it's so necessary to Stay the same Dino and node won't ever be compatible In this way where you could just take Something from you know or take Something from node and shove it in Dino Or vice versa So With that caveat there's support to move Things over but Dino isn't super groundbreaking and it's One of the most important things to Think about here what Dino is And to summarize Is that Dino is super cool you can see The power and benefits from things that Are on screen right now but the thing That draws me to dino is totally Unrelated to what it can do but what's Being done to it and on it and by who Dino is fascinating really really Fascinating almost purely to me because Of its creator Ryan doll who is so Passionate and interesting uh In Plato's Symposium he writes of a Priestess named diatima and her lateral Love and on this letter there are six Steps love for a particular body love For all bodies love for Souls Uh love for laws and institutions love
For knowledge and then the love for Beauty itself and when I think of Dino And from the research that I've done and Watching Ryan doll speak I see a man who Is on the precipice of this last step Ryan Dahl has a love for programming for Coding for knowledge for building Something that is fun and beautiful Beautiful in this philosophical way one That is yearning in searching for better Technologies And this is something that is truly and Genuinely unique to Dino and if that Resonates with you Then I would recommend trying out you Know and that concludes my talk so thank You for listening here are my citations And in the corner there's my LinkedIn And GitHub if you would like to connect