>> Will Sentance: Sarah Rose's Mac, Sarah Rose's Mac opens, what she open twitter.com/node, by the way people, I literally searched for a nice screenshot of tweets. So I thought there's something clean and nice like node and twitter is a horrible place. Then both voted tweet on there was, if you don't like node, die.
>> Speaker 2: [LAUGH]
>> Will Sentance: So I couldn't do a screenshot, so we have to just imagine. That was the most upvoted tweet, 300 likes, if you don't like node, you're gonna die or something like that. What is this place? Anyway, all right, so Sara Rose, Mac, Mac, okay. So let's start now doing the colors, cuz we're going to keep track.
[00:01:20] It lands at Twitters, computer Twitter's, yeah, Twitters computer.
>> Speaker 3: Where does it arrive, the inbound message?
>> Will Sentance: Yeah.
>> Speaker 3: Into a node.
>> Will Sentance: No, no.
>> Speaker 3: [CROSSTALK] network.
>> Will Sentance: Into the network card, effectively, right? So here is gonna be our computer internals, or internal features. And this, folk, this is where our inbound message arrives. It's got all the data we need to be able to send back to say Rose, the exact tweet she needs.
>> Charlie: Charlie.
[00:02:44] No, what am I gonna do instead?
>> Charlie: You'll need to go through some C++ code.
>> Will Sentance: Absolutely spot on, I'm gonna have node, very light green, here we go, node C++ built features, there they are, and we're not going to try and access .The computers internal like its network feature, lets have its network feature there, its networking.
[00:03:44] And from that, we will then effect and grab the message and pass it up. Now this may seem like a crowded one as on the Java Script old people the vast majority of the interesting stuff of nodes hard work is all happening down here. So we better understand this intimately but also unfortunately.
[00:04:05] Well he's better understand how his work minutes on the code but know how it's working. Me maybe how to understand a bit about what's going on here what is a socket for example, but we also better understand how this language is working. All right people so on that note here we go this is reiterate this c++ many features that let it directly interact with the operating system.
[00:05:42] Two it uses that data by running functionality saved code has not been used yet, but he's later on it. And then three has a ton of built-in labels that are gonna trigger node features that are built in C++ to use our computers internals. But let's see these first two in action.