npm weekly #152: JavaScript by industry, Pride shirts still available, and a wombat selfie

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Jun 28, 2018 · 3 min read

JS Survey results: How JavaScript is used across industries

Last winter we teamed up with the Node.js Foundation and the JS Foundation to put out the JavaScript Ecosystem survey and received over 16,000 replies. Our latest post by Laurie Voss takes a look at how different industries use JavaScript.

Covering tools, frameworks, security practices, testing, and even language choices, the results in this latest post might surprise you.

Talking security at NodeSummit

Next month, Adam Baldwin will be at Node Summit on a panel discussing security in the Node.js ecosystem. Tickets are still available for the event, which is taking place July 23–27 in San Francisco, California.

What we’re reading: Remote is Dead. Long Live Distributed.

npm is a distributed team so we’re always keen to check out what other folks have to say about distributed culture. This piece by Chase Adams focuses on examining the shift in terminology from remote to distributed. Well worth a read!

Recommended module: jtoml

Minimalists take notice! Rebecca Turner recently released `jtoml`, which allows you to use the JSON cli to read and query TOML. It works just like JSON, but with TOML. Check it out!

Welcome Brenna to the team!

Brenna Flood has joined npm to help out as an SRE. You might recognize Brenna from her 18 years of building, testing, and deploying quality software, or her work as an Open Source & Feelings co-organizer. In her downtime Brenna enjoys running, weight-lifting, and playing Magic: The Gathering. Welcome to npm, Brenna!

Show your Pride year round

Pride month might be coming to a close soon, but Pride never truly ends. Celebrate all year long with our 2018 Pride shirts, still available from Teespring! All proceeds go to The Trevor Project, an organization dedicated to providing crisis prevention services for LGBTQ youth.

National Selfie Day featuring your friendly neighborhood wombats

Check out our faces! Kat Marchán took this snap last week during the npm all hands in Oakland to share for #NationalSelfieDay.

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npm is the package manager for JavaScript and the world‘s largest software registry. Here are some of our thoughts.