Welcome to our latest summary of the week in Node.js news covering October 15 through October 21st. Every week this time we will look at some of the Node.js-related news, tutorials and commentaries we’ve seen online.
(And if you are looking for the latest in mobile and mobile app news, you will find our summaries in their own separate posts each Thursday moving forward.)
Brett Lawson sets up a game data storage system to allow us to store player game stats over the course of the game.
Dario Villanueva recounts the creation of the Palomino big data platform, discusses the problems created by timezones, and moving on from a great working stint.
Bryan Rosenbaum has created a Node.js boilerplate that can be reused for other applications, and will walk you through its features.
David Pacheco gives some examples to help you understand latency of asynchronous operations kicked off by add-ons.
Jim Hirschauer puts WordPress and Ghost to the test to check out the Node.js hype.
This video and tutorial helps you create a Nodejitsu account and set up Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment for your Node.js apps in less than 10 minutes.
Andrew Nesbitt wants to find out if the Module system, one of his favorite features of Node.js, works with Ruby.
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