In defense of a larger Node.js Core.
Node.js currently has the smallest standard library of any comparable platform. Combined with great ecosystem tooling like npm this approach has been a huge success.
Join me in a new Open Source adventure 🎉
I’ve been doing Open Source for over a decade and I’ve never started a project quite like this.
Node.js v4.1.1 is released
This week we have one release: Node.js v4.1.1, complete changelog from previous releases can be found on GitHub.
Node.js v4.1.0 / io.js v3.3.1 are released
This week we have two releases: Node.js v4.1.0 and io.js v3.3.1, complete changelog from previous releases can be…
Node.js v4.0.0 is released
This week is the most historical week. Finally we have released Node.js v4.0.0(stable). Thanks to the every Node/io.js collaborator. This Node.js is the most stable Node ever…
io.js v3.2.0/v3.3.0 and Node v4 evangelism, new.nodejs.org, nodefest/empirenode event.
This week we have two io.js releases: v3.2.0 and v3.3.0, complete changelog from…
io.js v3.1.0 and the v0.12 LTS plan, ARM build, nodeday event.
The move of nodejs/io.js to nodejs/node, the Collaborator Summit, and more.
The first fully converged io.js/node.js release coming soon.
Last week was a typical San Francisco summer, sunny with occasionally hostile winds. This was the setting for 40 node.js contributors to gather for the first ever Collaborator Summit, organized by the new…
io.js v3.0 and the new goodness, breaking changes, and our ongoing call for an LTS build V8 maintainer.
This week, io.js v3.0.0 is released! Since this is a major version bump, new…