IBM and StrongLoop sponsored Changelog’s The Future of Node Spotlight series at Node Interactive 2016. Adam spoke with event attendees about Node.js and the Node community. In this video, Adam learns about how China does node.
Changelog is a podcast and digital media company focused on telling developer-centric stories. They’re hacker to the heart. You may know them best from their popular podcast “The Changelog” – a weekly podcast that covers the technology and people of open source. It’s about the code, the people, and the community.
In this episode of The Future of Node Adam talked with Shiya Luo about the use of Node.js in China. They discussed translations of documentation and books from English to Chinese. Additionally, they chatted about the Great Firewall of China. This refers to a censorship and surveillance project of the Chinese government. As you can imagine, this makes it difficult for the people of China to interact with the rest of the web.
As always, you can listen to the podcast below and then visit the Changelog site if you want to explore more great topics.
Spotlight 10: How China Does Node with Shiya Luo
In case you are inspired after hearing about node, but aren’t sure where to start, we have some suggestions:
- Try out LoopBack, the highly-extensible, open-source Node.js framework.
- Then, read this blog post by Raymond Camden and learn about file storage and LoopBack.