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Travis-CI is raising money. Give them Money!

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Travis CI is raising money to keep their free community continues integration server up and running. This is an awesome service which I use…

Tuesday, Feb 7, 2012

Unicorns in Node or When does the cluster module mater?

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At work the other day, an engineer most familiar with Ruby asked "What is the equivalent to Unicorn in Node?". Unicorn is a great…

Wednesday, Feb 1, 2012

nodeChecker update: now with SSH and Sockets!

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The nodeCheker project which I spoke about a few months ago got an update today. Now you can execute arbitrary SSH commands to other…

Monday, Jan 30, 2012

Unicorns & Web Servers

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At ModCloth, our website uses the Ruby on Rails framework, and we use the unicorn web server. When deploying code via Capistrano, we have a…

Friday, Jan 27, 2012

node.js running on a Phidgets SBC2 board!

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After almost 15 hours or compile-try-fail-repeat, I’ve figured out the formula for compiling nodeJS on a Phidget SBC2 board!

Monday, Jan 16, 2012

Running node on a Phidget Board

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My last post was about creating a generic npm package to talk to a phidget board. This post is about compiling nodeJS to run on a phidget board

Saturday, Jan 14, 2012

On NodeJS and Phidgets

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For those of you who don’t know what Phidgets are, they are small robotic prototyping boards which can handle (binary) input and output…

Saturday, Jan 14, 2012

GitHire

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David Padilla of Crowd Interactive recently realized he was on this recruiting site called GitHire. They use algorithms to inspect your…

Saturday, Jan 14, 2012

Announcing ActionHero.js

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I am working on a nodeJS framework! It’s out in beta RIGHT NOW. I would love some feedback.

Friday, Dec 23, 2011

NodeChecker — Big Board Dashboarding

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At ModCloth, our Ops team wanted to have a real time dashboard of important site information so they could know ASAP if something was wrong…

Sunday, Dec 11, 2011

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