Microsoft, Ebay, VMWare, and Twitter.
So, are you convinced? If you want to give Node.js a try, here's a list of my favorite Node tutorials, examples, and guides designed to help developers get up to speed on Node.js.
Learn Node.js by Example This is a course I developed for Node.js beginners, hosted at at Udemy.com. The course is project-based, guiding students to learn by developing example applications. Instruction is given mainly through screencasts, with a lot of time spent in code. I'm actively developing new content for it, and subscribers get access to all new content for no extra cost, even if the course goes up in price. Click here to get 50% off now!
Mastering Node T.J. Holowaychuk, creater of pivotal Node.js tools such as Express and Jade, has an open source ebook called "Mastering Node" hosted at Github. The book, available in multiple formats, including html, mobl, epub, and pdf, is an excellent resource from one of the most knowledgeable Node.js programmers in the world. This is a Node guide you should definitely take a look at.
NodeTuts.com Rails has Railscasts, and Node.js has NodeTuts http://nodetuts.com/. Pedro Teixeira has a large collection (30 and counting at the time of this writing!) of screencasts explaining various aspects of Node.js programming. His examples and explanations are practical, and extremely instructive. Highly recommended!
HowToNode.org HowToNode is a community-supported blog created by Tim Caswell, the Node.js community manager at Cloud9 and core contributor to the Node.js open source project. The site contains a number of Node tutorials contributed by the Node.js community, on a variety of specific Node programming topics. This isn't where I'd start to learn Node.js as a beginner, but it is an excellent resource to be exposed to interesting techniques and topics once you have a basic understanding of Node.
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