Node.js Foundation Application Showcase Form

Are you building an application with Node.js? We’d love to learn more and feature it in our application showcase. The application showcase will highlight projects the community is working on and the technologies they’re using to build it. Just fill out the form with information on what you’re building and we’ll showcase your creations.

Q4 2017 Node.js User Survey

It’s that time of year again when we gather data on how you use Node.js. This is the 3rd Node.js user survey . This anonymous survey helps shape our community and project through 2018. Please take a few minutes to provide your feedback.

eBook: Node.js 8 the Right Way

This hands-on eBook gets you up to speed on server-side programming with Node.js 8. Written by Jim Wilson, a software engineer at Google, this eBook walks you through how to develop real programs that are small, fast, low-profile, and useful. You’ll learn everything from how to write asynchronous, non-blocking code using Node.js’ style and patterns to testing your code’s functionality and managing its lifecycle with npm, and much more.

Get 25% off with the code: LinuxFoundation. Code is valid until 1/2/2018.

HackerOne CEO Talks About Joining the Node.js Foundation and Becoming a Board Member

In October of this year, HackerOne joined the Node.js Foundation and the company’s CEO, Marten Mickos, joined the Node.js Foundation board. We recently talked with Marten about the vision of his company, why he’s passionate about Node.js, and the importance of participating in open source. Here’s what Marten had to say about being a part of building the backbone of the internet.

How I Got Into #Node: Rachel White

We just released a new spotlight series (How I Got Into Node) where we interview folks who are contributing to Node.js. If you are contributing and want to share your story DM us. Here’s our interview with Rachel White, a self-taught developer who first got involved with Node.js through the Nodebots community. She is also the Community Committee Co-Chair for the Community Committee, a top-level committee in the Node.js Foundation focused on community-facing efforts.

Node module deep-dive: WriteableStream

Safia Abdalla has been doing some interesting deep dives into Node modules on her blog. This time she dives into the WriteableStreams object. She takes you through the code function-by-function. If you’re interested in learning how the WriteableStreams object exposes methods that allow you to write to a stream, check out this walkthrough.

Awesome Awesome Node.js

Tierney Cyren, co-chair of the community committee, compiled a list of all the awesome lists out there on the Internet for all things Node.js. This curated list includes everything from Node.js and JavaScript lists to deployment, ecosystem, and tool lists. You can also get involved by contributing your own Node.js-related lists.

Technical Content from Node Developers

HTTP/2 in Node.js Core
Turn a Node.js App into a Replicated App Running on Kubernetes
Build a “Serverless” Reddit Bot with Node.js and StdLib Sourcecode
Speed up Your Node.js App with Native Addons
Node Module Deep-Dive: querystring
Making Promises Safer in Node.js
A Crash Course on Serverless with Node.js
Node.js with Myles Borins
Debugging Memory Leaks and Memory Bloat in Node.js
Secure Your Node.js Website With OpenID Connect

The Latest on Node 9.2.1 and Recent Releases

Version 9.2.1 (Current)
This release includes improvements such as buffer allocated with an invalid content will now be zero filled, and openssl updated to 1.0.2n.

Check the official Node.js GitHub repository for the latest on new releases, or the Node.js news on our site.


Salzburg, Austria - Closes Dec 31, 2017


Linz, Austria - Jan 19, 2018
JSConf Iceland
Reykjavik, Iceland - Mar 1-2, 2018
Melbourne, Australia - Mar 21-22, 2018
JS Interactive
Vancouver, BC - October 10-12, 2018

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