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Hi Authors,

Firstly, Congratulations and best wishes for this book.

My Question is more to share-out your part of interest like How you become enthusiast of this product and what attract you most in your first experience?

Thanks,
 
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Muhammad Saifuddin wrote:Hi Authors,

Firstly, Congratulations and best wishes for this book.

My Question is more to share-out your part of interest like How you become enthusiast of this product and what attract you most in your first experience?

Thanks,



Hi Muhammad,

Thank you!

Before using Node I'd worked with a number of different dynamic languages (mostly PHP) and had started getting more serious about JavaScript. When Node started to attract interest I check it and was excited. What I really liked about Node was how easy it was to do things that were previously difficult (writing TCP/IP applications, for example). I also like the module system and the Node Package Manager (npm). I kept playing with it and started showing it to others so they could see what it could do

T.J., from what I remember, was originally into doing graphic design then got interested in programming. He originally worked with PHP, then Ruby, and then got into Node. T.J.'s written a ton of amazing modules.

I'm not sure about Nathan or Marc's stories about how they got into Node. I should ask them... it's always interesting how people end up doing what they're doing.

Cheers,
Mike
 
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