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  • March 6, 2013

    Node Summit: Sachin Anand - WebMobi

    Ready for more? Twelve more NodeJam companies take the main stage to present. Make sure you are submitting your votes as things move along, only a handful of NodeJam presenters are left after this group.

  • March 6, 2013

    Node Summit: Sascha Reuter - Doctape

    Six more NodeJam companies take the stage for five minutes of fame (or flames). Hear what these startups are working on, how they are changing markets, and how Node.js is helping to make it all possible.

  • March 6, 2013

    Node Summit: Stephen Guerin - SimTable

    The first eleven NodeJam participants take the stage. Each company will have five minutes to pitch their business and talk about the importance of Node.js as a part of their offering.

  • March 6, 2013

    Node Summit: Stephen Rivas Jr - Host Kit

    Ready for more? Twelve more NodeJam companies take the main stage to present. Make sure you are submitting your votes as things move along, only a handful of NodeJam presenters are left after this group.

  • March 6, 2013

    Node Summit: Travis Glines - Shopaboo

    Ready for more? Twelve more NodeJam companies take the main stage to present. Make sure you are submitting your votes as things move along, only a handful of NodeJam presenters are left after this group.

  • March 6, 2013

    Node Summit: Xavier Damman - Storify

    The last five NodeJam presenters take to the stage. If these companies don’t inspire the entrepreneur in you….. well, don’t worry, they will.

  • February 15, 2013

    Nodestack Comes to Scale 11x by rachelbalik

    Last week, Mr. Bruning guided us through the first steps of getting started on Nodestack, which is the combination of SmartOS, Node.js, and MongoDB.

  • February 14, 2013

    Geeklist: All the Cool Geeks Are On It by rachelbalik

    “Technologists are an increasingly important force in our economy, but nobody is servicing them properly,” explained Reuben Katz, co-founder and CEO of Geeklist.

  • February 13, 2013

    Surge 2012 - When Node.js Goes Wrong by joyentdeirdre

    The event-oriented approach underlying Node.js enables significant concurrency using a deceptively simple programming model, which has been an important factor in Node's growing popularity for building large scale web services.

  • February 8, 2013

    Building Nodestack on a Smart Machine by Mr. Max Bruning

    For the past few weeks, I have been studying performance of an application that uses MongoDB, Node.js, and jmeter. The application was written by a third party, and they set up the application so that each component runs in its own Smart Machine.

  • February 7, 2013

    Nodejitsu and Joyent: We Feel the Need for Speed by rachelbalik

    In the past year, journalists, enterprise organizations and forward-thinking developers everywhere are realizing that Node.js is more than just a passing fad: It’s ready for the big time. But long before some of the world’s biggest and fastest growing companies were building in Node, Nodejitsu was providing a platform for developers to deploy and host their Node apps.

  • January 29, 2013

    Moonshadow Mobile offers visual technology on Joyent Cloud by joyentirene

    Everyone has heard how political campaigns use social media to win votes, but what about using Big Data? Moonshadow Mobile offers cutting-edge technology that allows political supporters to run mapping and geospatial visualization technology on desktop platforms and smartphones.

  • January 10, 2013

    MoonShadowMobile: Data Mapping for a New World by rachelbalik

    If you watched the 2012 Presidential debates, you might have thought the entire election was centered on Big Bird and binders full of women. In reality, the election was about big data - the kind of data that could never be contained in a binder, no matter how many you had or how big they were.

  • January 10, 2013

    Joyent and Node.Js Win InfoWorld Technology of the Year Award by rachelbalik

    Anyone who works with “Generation Y” has no doubt heard that they’ve been dubbed the “trophy generation” because everyone gets a trophy just for playing, no matter if they win or lose. We’re proud to say that the criteria for recognition was a bit more stringent in the InfoWorld Technology of the Year awards, and we managed to earn ourselves a “trophy” not just for showing up to the game, but for truly showing that our cloud services are a cut above the rest.

  • December 18, 2012

    Live Streaming Tonight's Node.js DevOps Meetup by joyentlindsay

    Joyent is hosting (and live streaming!) the December Node.js ++ (Serverside Javascripters) Club SF meetup.