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Jul 26 2017   5:49PM GMT

Node.js

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Node.js (Node) is an open source development platform for executing JavaScript code server-side. Continued…

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“How many of you today are working with the same technology you used 10 years ago? I’m not. Today, most of coding is in Node. Ten years ago, I did a lot of Java and .NET.” – Bob Reselman

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