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March 26, 2015  #79
Microsoft
NTVS is a free, open source extension for Visual Studio 2012 and Visual Studio 2013 that turns Visual Studio into a Node.js IDE, complete with Intellisense code completion, a REPL, npm integration, etc.


Mahmud Ridwan
Includes things like blocking the event loop, throwing errors from inside callbacks, and ignoring the benefits of streaming APIs.


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Node.js Blog
The latest release of the latest stable branch of Node which includes an OpenSSL upgrade that fixes several recent vulnerabilities.


Joe Marshall
A tutorial of building a Node app that lets you text photos to a Twilio number and then display them in a running slideshow. Could be handy for many types of events.


Cert Simple
If you want to build a rock solid SSL-backed HTTP service with Node or io.js, this is a good read of some of the practicalities.


Igor Šarčević
Jasmine is a BDD style testing library for Node. This article walks through its installation, configuration and usage.


Gergely Nemeth
Checklist of what you should do before going into production with Node.


Jobs

  • Front-end developer at Econify (New York, NY)
    Econify is a Ruby development shop that primarily works with established companies, leading them through complicated technology challenges. We’re currently seeking a front-end developer to work on-site with our fantastic clients. Econify
  • Freelance with Companies like Airbnb, IDEO & JPMorgan
    Work on special projects with great companies through Toptal. Set your weekly/hourly rate, and work from anywhere in the world as an elite HTML5 developer. See if you have what it takes. TopTal

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