The Rabbit Hole that is Application Deployment

If I’ve learned anything in the past two years working with production Django deployments, it’s that deployment is fucking hard. Every real project I’ve put into production over the past few years has involved hundreds (if not thousands) of hours worth of infrastructure management. …


What a game of Hangman can teach us about Node.js — PART II

In the first article we discussed one of the ways Node handles information. I purposely kept the first article short because I wanted the reader to really grasp how the readline and process modules work. …


What a game of Hangman can teach us about Node.js — PART II

In the first article we discussed one of the ways Node handles information. I purposely kept the first article short because I wanted the reader to really grasp how the readline and process modules work. …


What a game of Hangman can teach us about Node.js — PART I

Welcome to the wonderful world of Node.js! This is part 1 of a multiple part series exploring node.js concepts.

The example I am going to use is based on a ‘Hangman’ game written completely in Node.js. I chose this example because it uses a lot of Node concepts and allows…

Dan Collins

I am a full-stack developer with a passion for Node, Python, and all technology.

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