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Linux Foundation offers free Node.js class

Linux Foundation offers free Node.js class

Node.js is wildly popular - but the open-source JavaScript runtime is not easy to learn. Now is the perfect time to pick it up - the Linux Foundation is offering a free online Node.js class. 

 

Node.js isn't a language, framework, or library. It's an open-source JavaScript runtime built on Chrome's V8 JavaScript engine, which lives in the programming intersection of all three. While often used for backend operations, it can be used with such frontend JavaScript frameworks as AngularReact, and Vue. It's also wildly popular. Amazon, Netflix, Reddit, and PayPal, to name a few major corporate users, all work with it. StackOverflow developers love it more than any other developer toolkit. But one thing it's not is easy to learn. 

 

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