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Posts tagged 'nodejs'

Hard-won lessons: Five years with Node.js Apr 19

After five years working with Node.js, I’ve learned a lot. I’ve already shared a few stories, but this time I wanted to focus on the ones I learned the hard way. Bugs, challenges, surprises, and the... Read more »

Better docs and static analysis 2016 Dec 06

Welcome to the third post in my stack improvements series! This time we’ll be talking about Flow, a static analysis tool which can improve your Javascript development no matter your choice of... Read more »

Breaking other servers with Node.js 2016 Nov 01

If Node.js is good at anything, it’s efficient use of local resources in the face of substantial parallelization. It’s easy to write a Node.js program which has many, many different things going on... Read more »

Better async Redux, i18n, and Node.js versions 2016 Oct 11

It’s time for another edition of recent stack improvements! This time we’re primarily focused on React and Redux. But if you use Node.js at all, my comparison of Node.js version managers should be... Read more »

Breaking the Node.js event loop 2016 Sep 27

Asynchronous programming is difficult to wrap your mind around: threads, semaphores, and deadlocks, oh my! On one hand, Node.js makes this a whole lot easier: no locking or mid-execution... Read more »

Contract: An unusual skillset 2016 Sep 20
Hands-on with CircleCI and Node.js 2016 Jul 25
Better changelogs, strings, and paths 2016 Jul 19
Private Node.js modules: A journey 2016 Jul 12
This blog is now open source! 2016 Jul 05
Notate: Better Javascript callstacks 2016 Jun 28
ESLint Part 3: Analysis 2016 Jun 21
ESLint Part 2: Contribution 2016 Jun 16
ESLint Part 1: Exploration 2016 Jun 14
The state of thehelp 2016 May 03
R for React (NERP stack part 3) 2016 Feb 15
E for Express (NERP stack part 2) 2016 Feb 08
N for Node.js (NERP stack part 1) 2016 Feb 01
Enterprise Node.js/Javascript Difficulties 2016 Jan 13
Contract: Teaching! 2015 Oct 09
The dangerous cliffs of Node.js 2015 Feb 11
Node.js is not magical 2014 Dec 09

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Hi, I'm Scott. I've written both server and client code in many languages for many employers and clients. I've also got a bit of an unusual perspective, since I've spent time in roles outside the pure 'software developer.'