Tag: node.js

10 Tips to Become a better Node.js Developer

It’s no secret that I absolutely love JavaScript and Node.js.  For those that don’t know Node.js is a framework that is built on top of JavaScript.

Node.js is an open source JavaScript runtime environment that runs on pretty much everything. It’s a great environment for building fast scalable network applications.

Node.js uses an event driven model that makes it really efficient and really good for real-time applications. Paired with serverless computing it’s fantastic for a lot of modern use cases.

In this article, I will go through the best practices for becoming a better Node.js developer. Over the last two years or so, I’ve interviewed and hired a lot of developers for the startup I’m working at. Continue reading

5 Reasons to Use Node.js on Your Next Project

5 Reasons to Use Node.js on Your Next Project

JavaScript has forever changed the way that websites are built. Even in it’s early days, it was being used to validate forms before data was submitted to servers. In the last 5 to 10 years, we no longer needed to do full page refreshes because of JavaScript which made the web feel faster and more responsive. Continue reading