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Guest Post Software engineers who are feeding the beast need tools to deliver the next tasty morsel to ravenous end users. So the question you should be asking yourself is, “How well does my team cook”?
“It’s great to see the next generation of entrepreneurs focus on the enterprise,” said Charles Beeler, cofounder of Icon Ventures. “Frankly, it’s a huge market opportunity.”
For the seasoned polyglot, this crash course, taught by Joyent’s training director, will be invaluable. And if you’re an experienced dev, it just might be free.
Editor’s Pick The Node community will decide who is the real force behind Node. Not a group of VCs, not one mouthy reporter, and not a pair of developers who clearly have a lot of passion for the project but little respect for its origins.
Guest Post Joyent says it will “never be the Red Hat of Node.” It’s found other motivations and better ways to participate in open-source software, even as an enterprise-facing corporation.
Wanelo analyzes large-scale user activity on its e-commerce site through Joyent’s new Manta offering.