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The Asynchronous Circus

JavaScript’s special concurrency model makes it suitable for a variety of purposes. Asynchronous programming is arguably node.js’ greatest strength. That is also the reason behind widespread popularity of node.js. Let us take a quick trip to the mystical land of JavaScript and try to understand how it handles asynchronous execution under the hood.

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