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Baby Steps with Node.js

In a desire to stay relevant, I have been spending some time taking a look at Node.js. Why? I believe it is always a good idea o take a look at whatever the new hawtness is, if only to evaluate it’s suitability for use within your own applications. Sometimes it is also a good idea to see if you can wrap your brain around it. So I went and bought a good bundle of ebooks about Node and started going through the tutorial code.
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