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I'm sure like me your inbox is inundated with "Black Friday" specials, even got a $30 coupon from newegg (min spend $70) because their site went down for a few hours yesterday.
firstly I don't get this whole "Black Friday" stuff -- the deals mostly start on Saturday (midnight between Friday and Saturday) and end on midnight Sunday (just before Monday) - and that's not considering the "pre Black Friday" deals that started last Monday
Ohh that would be nice, that's just too cheap to miss, a spare one of those would be useful...
there are some amazing great deals, tempting, and this far I've bought:
So I see the whole of high performance, load balanced , fault tolerant, high volume transactions systems making use of Node.js in recent years. I guess before Node came into existence, It was all about J2EE , Enterprise standard .net, Biztalk etc etc, Some form of Distributed design towards performance/ scalability.
Node.js, with its V8 power has clearly taken the focus light in recent years. Most of the big companies should be using Node.js in one way or other.
Now Node is not brand new, (Initial release :May 27, 2009) it's already a decade old.
Just curious what the industry is looking up to, now.
Is it just Node.js V10, or something totally new coming up ?