Node Weekly
January 5, 2017  #169
Node.js Foundation
npm gets an upgrade to 4.0.5, and the performance of the ‘http’ server, Buffer.from(), Buffer allocation and EventEmitter.once() are improved significantly.

Gergely Nemeth
A look at a variety of questions, and potential answers to them, that you could encounter when interviewing for Node-related jobs this year.

Franziska Hinkelmann
Just before Christmas, the Google V8 team shared a post about how they’ve been working to make Node better too.

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Carlos Justiniano
Building services with Express.js is common and relatively easy, but Hydra adds more power with service discovery, inter-service communication, job queues, and more.

When run, it automatically generates a GitHub Release and populates it with the changes/commits made since the last release.

Nolan Lawson
Works in both the browser and on Node and uses the highest resolution timing options available.


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