Run into problems while working with the Node core? Now you can buy the time of Node core engineers at Joyent to help you squash bugs and hunt down problems.
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.
“We’ll be market leaders in Node within 60 days, I’m sure of it,” said New Relic CEO Lew Cirne in an interview with VentureBeat this week.
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.
Editor’s Pick Cloud-based developer tooling is still a very new and highly volatile marketplace. Here’s how we decided who’s on the rise, who’s on the downswing, and who’s capturing the future of development.
To help ease the FUD and make Node more secure and hacker-proof, The Node Firm has just acquired the mind behind The Node Security Project, one Mr. Adam Baldwin.
Editor’s Pick “Mobile analytics is a brand-new field, and no clear winner has emerged yet,” Segment.io cofounder Peter Reinhardt says. “So we made it incredibly easy to try them all.”
Guest Post This is a document of how we screwed up. And then how we fixed our screw-ups. Please learn from us.
Editor’s Pick It’s not all developer drama. Every story has a moral. Here are the seven most important lessons we learned in 2012.
Editor’s Pick How do you top building the language that’s behind a third of the web?
Platform-as-a-Service startup AppFog has acquired leading Node.js PaaS Nodester in a move that gives AppFog even greater versatility for the 60,000 developers using its service.
Node has for some time been web startups’ favorite flavor of the month, and now it’s becoming more accessible to enterprise-level applications, as well, thanks to the fine folks at Engine Yard.
Hell has frozen over; someone actually made an infographic about Node.js.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=doaz9EGpm04&w=560&h=420] An aspiring hardware hacker at Twilio has used his company’s own telephony APIs as well as Node.js and Arduino to build the charming robot you see in the clip above.
Editor's Pick Everyone knows it, but few people acknowledge it: Mobile web browsers absolutely suck. Technologists are launching commercial space flights, mapping the human genome, and building flexible computer displays, yet we still haven’t figured out the right way to use a browser on a small device with crap connectivity.
Ryan Dahl, the hacker who brought the world Node.js, is turning over the reins to Joyent’s Isaac Schlueter.
Five years ago, a fifteen-year-old student built a website; this week, the same website won the Node Jam at Node Summit, the conference focusing on all things Node.js.
Editor's Pick When the scale of your application is “everyone on the Internet,” you have to think a bit differently about adopting new technologies.
Guest Post Node.js has been getting great press for being used to build real-time web applications and fast networking tools that help big web sites run and scale.
[vimeo 33248104 w=640 h=360] Hanging out with Paul Querna, a longtime Node.js core contributor and Rackspace’s systems architect, is more fun than a basket of kittens.
Node.js became the most popular code repository on Github over the holiday weekend.
Facebook is finally launching its iPad application and will be doing so at Apple’s October 4th event, rumored to be the release of the iPhone 5.
“I don’t cargo cult often, but when I do, I do it with Node.js.”
Developers these days are fascinated by Node, as we recently reaffirmed with a blockbuster post on how LinkedIn used Node to make its new mobile apps.
This morning, LinkedIn launched its gorgeously overhauled mobile app. We’ve already told you all about the new features, but for developers, the most exciting part is what’s going on under the hood.