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  1. #117: Go, Martini and Gophercasts with Jeremy Saenz - The Changelog

    Adam and Jerod talk with Jeremy Saenz about Go, Martini, Gophercasts and more.

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    This week’s episode is kindly sponsored by:

    DigitalOcean – Use the code mentioned on the show to get a $10 hosting credit

    Toptal – Freelance with companies like Airbnb, Artsy & IDEO

    New Relic – We love New Relic!

    Show notes:

    Jeremy Saenz (codegangsta) on Twitter

    codegangsta (Jeremy Saenz)

    18: NoSQL Smackdown! (Hear Chris sing the CouchDB theme song)

    The Go Programming Language

    Go tagged posts – The Changelog

    Announcing Martini: Classy Web Development in Go – Code Gangsta

    Martini – Classy web development in Go.

    codegangsta/martini-contrib

    codegangsta/envy

    GopherCasts

    On Go’s Web Application Ecosystem – The Changelog

    Go ahead, have an Angular Martini – The Changelog

    Flex Gangsta | Who Broke the Build?!

    Go Advent Day 11 – Build a Christmas List with Martini – The Gopher Academy Blog

    The Revel Web Framework for Go

    dl.google.com now served by Go – Google Groups

    Rob Pike

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    http://thechangelog.com/117/

    —Huffduffed by faucho one week ago

  2. #116: Node Black Friday at Walmart with Eran Hammer - The Changelog

    Andrew and Adam talk with Eran Hammer about Node.js and Black Friday at Walmart.

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    This week’s episode is kindly sponsored by:

    DigitalOcean – Use the code mentioned on the show to get a $10 hosting credit

    Toptal – Freelance with companies like Airbnb, Artsy & IDEO

    Freshbooks – We love Freshbooks!

    Show notes:

    Eran Hammer (eranhammer) on Twitter

    Twitter / Search – #nodebf

    spumko/hapi

    Billion Dollar Question – Palo Alto – Developer Center – Joyent

    Node.js at Walmart: Going to production, debugging, monitoring – Developer Center – Joyent

    Twitter / eranhammer: 100% of Walmart US mobile traffic …

    Walmart Node.js Memory Leak – Blog – Joyent

    Walmart Node.js Memory Leak Part I – Developer Center – Joyent

    Walmart Node.js Memory Leak Part II – Developer Center – Joyent

    Walmart Node.js Memory Leak Part III – Developer Center – Joyent

    Node Summit 2013 Bedtime Story – Blog – Joyent

    Realtime Conference, the Imagination Platform « hueniverse

    fuckoauth @realtimeconf « hueniverse

    Roberta Williams – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    http://thechangelog.com/116/

    —Huffduffed by grigs 3 weeks ago

  3. 56 - A Team Walmart Show. #nodebf

    http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/www.archive.org/download/NodeUp56/NodeUp56.mp3

    —Huffduffed by grigs 3 weeks ago

  4. NodeUp 58: A Team Groupon Show

    Daniel Shaw is joined by Team Groupon: Sean Massa, Sean McCullough, Adam Geitgey and Laura Roman!

    —Huffduffed by banterability 3 months ago

  5. Episode 0.3.3 - Node Knockout - The Changelog

    Micheil and Wynn caught up with Gerad and Visnu from the Node Knockout to talk about the 48 hour Node.js development competition and its entries.

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    Items mentioned in the show:

    Lone Star Ruby Conference – Texas’ regional Ruby conference in Austin

    Mike Perham – The awesome Rubyist whose name gives Wynn fits

    Node Knockout – The 48 hour Node.js coding competition

    Rails Rumble – Ruby’s own 48 hour coding bash

    Gerad – of Gerad & Visnu, the “data-y” and “product-y” guy

    Visnu – the “developer-y” and “designer-y” guy

    Fortnight Labs – the proper name for Gerad & Visnu, Inc.

    List of great Node Knockout Judges

    Joyent & Heroku are great places to host your Node.js apps.

    Express High performance, high class web development for Node.js

    Connect – high performance middleware framework for node featuring robust middleware for serving static files, advanced routing, cookie and session implementations, error handling and much more.

    npm is a package manager for node. You can use it to install and publish your node programs. It manages dependencies and does other cool stuff.

    Node Inspector is a web inspector based Node.js debugger

    Socket.io – Websockets toolkit covered in 0.3.1 and used in so many contest entries

    Go vote for your favorite entries!

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    http://thechangelog.com/episode-0-3-3-node-knockout/

    —Huffduffed by stott 4 months ago

  6. Episode 0.2.0 - Node.js with Felix Geisendörfer - The Changelog

    Adam and Wynn caught up with Felix Geisendörfer to talk about Node.js, server-side JavaScript, and JSConf 2010.

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    Mentioned in the show:

    NodeJS “First server-side JavaScript implementation you’d actually like to use”

    Ryan Dahl Creator of Node.js

    C64 The official home computer of the 80s

    CakePHP CakePHP enables PHP users at all levels to rapidly develop robust web applications.

    Ubuntu Upstart Daemonize your Node

    Google V8 Google’s open source JavaScript engine.

    ECMAScript International standardization of JavaScript family of languages

    WebSockets HTML5 protocol for two-way communication with a remote host

    Do from Tim Caswell simple async JavaScript library

    HowToNode.org Learn Node.js via an open blog featured on Episode 0.1.7

    Kiwi Node.js package management system inspired by RubyGems

    Express.js High performance, high class web development for Node.js with a Ruby flavor

    Fab Rack-esque framework for Node.js

    CommonJS aims to fill gaps by defining APIs in a standard library as rich as those in Python, Ruby, and Java

    jspec BDD for JavaScript

    Transloadit Because uploads and video encoding sucks

    JSConf 2010 Arrrrrrr you going to THE JavaScript conference?

    node-dirty NoSQL for the little man

    berlinjs JavaScript user group in Berlin

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    http://thechangelog.com/episode-0-2-0-node-js-with-felix-geisend-rfer/

    —Huffduffed by stott 4 months ago

  7. #101: npm origins and Node.js with Isaac Schlueter - The Changelog

    http://thechangelog.com/101/?utm_source=nodeweekly&utm_medium=email

    —Huffduffed by adrianl 7 months ago

  8. Herding Code 166: Tomasz Janczuk on Edge.js

    http://herdingcode.com/herding-code-166-tomasz-janczuk-on-edge-js/

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  9. Bumble - Keeping it Realtime | Episode 2 - Backbone.js, node.js, socket.io and more

    —Huffduffed by michaelfox one year ago

  10. Core Intuition » Episode 71: Moments Of Fleeting Genius

    Daniel and Manton talk Android on the desktop, consistency of programming languages, and various approaches to to-do list management.

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    TwUI – Twitter’s open source Mac UI framework.
    Chameleon – Iconfactory’s open source Mac UI framework.
    Google Web Toolkit – Google’s framework for building JavaScript-backed sites from Java source.
    Node.js – Streamlined JavaScript based web-development platform.
    Taskpaper – Simple To-Do app from Hog Bay Software.
    Getting Things Done – The productivity methodology by David Allen.
    OmniFocus – To-Do management software from The Omni Group.
    43 Folders – Merlin Mann’s dormant blog about productivity and creativity.
    Back To Work – Merlin Mann’s podcast recently re-focused on Getting Things Done.
    Asana – To-Do management system for teams.
    Things – To-Do management software from Cultured Code.
    Trello – To-Do management and project organization service from Fog Creek.
    Lose It! – Calorie-counting software for iOS from FitNow, Inc.
    Forget Feature Requests – Chapter from 37signals’s Getting Real about ignoring feature requests.
    

    Sponsored by Crashlytics: The most powerful and lightweight crash reporting service.

    —Huffduffed by jamesh one year ago

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