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When Node.js Goes Wrong

08.14.2013
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David Pacheco of Joyent explains what happens when Node.js' concurrent programming model and large-scale web services go awry. This talk covers issues that Joyent encountered while debugging Node.js in production, and the tools the dev team has developed for examining Node.js applications.

 

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Mark Unknown replied on Thu, 2013/08/15 - 10:15pm

I thought using node.js meant going wrong. ;) 

Dan Howard replied on Fri, 2013/08/16 - 8:46am

Using Node.js is already going wrong.

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