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Adventures in Nodeland - Issue #70

Matteo Collina
Matteo Collina
Hey Everyone! This week I have been busy with a couple of new projects I’m not 100% ready to share with you! So this issue is a bit light on library updates and more filled with a few news!

My friend Erik Wendel prepared this really intersting course on building a new WebSocket application by coding the protocol from scratch! Watch it up!
Building a Complete WebSocket App From Scratch with JavaScript (with no libraries) - Crash Course
Building a Complete WebSocket App From Scratch with JavaScript (with no libraries) - Crash Course
  • sonic-boom v3.2.0 fixes an odd bug when logging emoji and other multi-byte characters. The fix is incomplete as it would still lose some characters under high-load scenarios.
  • pino-socket v6.0.0 significantly improves the functionality of pino-socket to better handle disconnections and reconnections without losing log messages.
  • pino-http v8.2.0 adds the response object to the genReqId function.
Following up from the seminal article from James Snell where he called for a permission system in Node.js, my friend Rafael is implementing that idea. Check out the work-in-progress pull request:
Gergely Orosz
Why are so many startups and tech companies that saw their business boom in 2020-2021 laying off right now?

This is why. They mis-judged the reality of the e-commerce market and assumed we see a permanent lift.

They assumed #3, hoped for #2 or #1. But what we get is #5 or #6.
New infrastructure, who dis? Elastic IPFS in production for NFT.Storage
AWS Solution Architect Professional exam, my notes and tips
Planning next to your code - GitHub Projects is now generally available | The GitHub Blog
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Matteo Collina
Matteo Collina @matteocollina

I write about my journey as a core contributor of Node.js, as an author and a maintainer of many modules - including Fastify and Pino. In addition, I speak at conferences, and I will add links to all my talks in case you missed one.

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