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Node Weekly
January 12, 2017  #170
Sitepoint
Azat Mardan presents ten tips, tricks and best practices to help you become a better Node developer in the year ahead.


Gergely Nemeth
A look at the current state of Node.js package managers, what they can do for you, and when you might pick each one.


Node.js Foundation
Nominations for a seat on the Node.js Foundation Board are open for a few more days. Here, Todd Moore shares his perspective of sitting on the board.


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Tomáš Stankovič
Learn how to work with computer vision using OpenCV in this tutorial that explains the basic principles with real-life use cases.


James Long
A new JavaScript code formatter from James Long that supports ES2017, JSX and Flow. He explains it here, along with a live demo, and here’s the repo.


Razorframe
Lets Node developers more easily build real-time client experiences while maintaining scalable, async back-end operations. Repo here.


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