About 3 years ago we started writing Node.js tutorials on a weekly basis. So far we've created more than 150 articles with the intent of helping our readers to learn Node.js and to help our favorite tech become mainstream.

We'd like to continue supporting the Node.js community with free learning materials in 2018 as well, so we're interested in finding the topics that are hard to understand or get right.
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RisingStack's Node.js tutorials have been read by ~2.800.000 people to this date, and we're proud of what we achieved so far.

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During these years, we also published several free books & open sourced our internal Node.js bootcamp which we use to get new hires up-to-date with Node.

Apart from covering new Node features & related technologies, we also created thematic tutorial series for beginner (Node Hero) & intermediate level (Node.js at Scale) developers as well - providing a journey-like experience for becoming confident with Node.

Learning Node.js in 2018

We'd like to know your opinion on how to remain up-to-date with Node.js in the foreseaable future. To find that out, we created a super-short survey where we ask about the future of Node.js, and the most common knowledge gaps developers experience.

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The survey will be open for ~2 weeks, and we'll make the results available after, just like we did with our previous surveys.

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Ferenc