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September 4, 2014  #51
Transitioning a large organization to a new technology stack can be exciting, exhausting, and fraught with peril. Erik Toth looks at how PayPal uses Node.js as both a technology and philosophy and what successes and pitfalls have been encountered along the way.

True Interactions
A GUI-focused modified version of Node 0.10 that’s aimed at building regular desktop applications using JavaScript, CSS, and HTML5. This preview is limited to OS X only.

Wael Boutglay
Designed to store and retrieve data locally and easily, stored in folders and files. Provides a JavaScript-oriented querying method using common comparison and logical operators.

A StrongLoop focused look at deployment practices and tools, oriented around slc.

New Relic   Sponsored
The Node.js team at New Relic recently brought the power of browser monitoring to Node.js. The new browser monitoring features also include JavaScript errors and AJAX timings. Check out New Relic’s blog to see how their team keeps iterating, improving and releasing new features.

New Relic

Gergely Nemeth
Jenkins is a Java-based continuous integration system commonly used by developers in other languages to build and test their projects. It’s very easy to set up against a Node app too.

Skills Matter
They have a call for papers open till September 14.


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    Help us revolutionize e-commerce by building real-time 3D customization tools with a world class team of creative, smart and passionate developers and founders. Join us in the vibrant city of Berlin - relocation assistance available. iDsign

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