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IEEE Internet Computing Article on Node.js

Stefan Tilkov,

I had the great pleasure of being invited to co-author one of Steve Vinoski's Functional Web columns -- a big deal for me, as Steve is sort of a childhood hero for me (well, not really, but his technical writings on all things CORBA hugely inspired me when I started my career). The article's topic is node.js, one of the most fascinating and disruptive approaches to network programming I've seen in quit a while. Checkout the PDF of the article.

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On November 20, 2010 5:35 PM, Daniel Schulte said:

Nice introduction, thank you. I have to raise node.js priority in my to-do list.