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Introducing Fastify, a Speedy Node.js Web Framework

The following is a contributed article from Node.js core technical committee member Matteo Collina, summarizing the talk he will give at the Node.js Interactive conference, to be held Oct. 4 – 6 in Vancouver.  Why have we written yet another web framework for Node.js? I am committed to making the ...
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Why Python Is a Crucial Part of the DevOps Toolchain

DevOps is a way of thinking; it’s an approach, not a specific set of tools. And that’s all well and good – but it only gives you half the picture. If we overstate DevOps as a philosophy or a methodology, then it becomes too easy to forget that the toolchain is everything when it comes to DevOps. In...
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Jump-Start Your Career with Open Source Skills

Although attending college is not required for success in software development, college programs can provide a great deal of useful information in a relatively short period of time. More importantly, they are designed to cover all necessary concepts without the knowledge holes some self-taught...
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My Use-Case for Go

The lack of generics is often mentioned in discussions regarding Go. I would have liked Go to have algebraic data types and immutability by default. I would gladly give nil away to get these features. On the positive side, Go has good libraries, good tooling, a common style and a syntax that is...
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Trending Developer Skills, Based on My Analysis of “Ask HN: Who’s Hiring?”

A few years ago, I became curious about identifying emerging technologies and predicting them. So I created Hacker News Hiring Trends, or HN Hiring Trends for short. Hacker News is one of the most popular discussion boards for programmers. It is also one of the best places to discover new...
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In part 3 of this series, we look at TypeScript and why it might be a good candidate for your stack.

TypeScript: Our Type of JavaScript

Dynamic typing is a great feature of JavaScript. Variables are capable of handling any type of object, and types are determined on the fly, with types cast implicitly when necessary. However, as an application begins to grow, the dynamic nature of JavaScript increasingly becomes harder to manage....
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How to Get the Next Generation Coding Early

You've probably heard the claim that coding, or computer programming, is as crucial a skill in the 21st century as reading and math were in the previous century. I'll go one step further: Teaching a young person to code could be the single most life-changing skill you can give them. And it's not...
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Let Us Know How You Are Using R and Data Science Tools Today

The R Consortium exists to promote the R language, environment, and community. The R community has seen significant growth -- with more than 2 million users worldwide -- and a broad range of organizations have adopted the R language as a data science platform. Now, to help us understand the...
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ES2015 module support
As of June 2017, native browsers only thinly support ES2015 modules, as shown here. If you want both static analysis and a wide audience today, you’ll need a transpilation step that takes your modern source and turns it into a form widely supported by browsers. Learn more in this article.

Faster Tied Together: Bundling Your App with webpack

In the first post of our series, we outlined three components of a modern front-end stack. In the second post, we untangled the challenge of package management with Yarn. In this post, we’ll take a look at the next component in our stack: webpack™, a way of building and bundling assets for web apps...
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Web Development Trends 2017

Web development is progressing at incredible speed these days and trends that were hot in 2016, today will be considered nothing less than archaic. Users are having more control and power and companies are shifting their services according to the user needs, which may be unpredictable. In this...
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