Simple and Second Web Servers in Node.js

I am about to call it a day. It is dark and cold (25 F) in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. I am in my office attempting to finish this post while my wife is upstairs in the living room wrapped in a blanket. Tomorrow morning we will wake up to a balmy 12 F. What else can I say?

I am reading and experimenting with the content of the book “Get Programming with Node.js” by Jonathan Wexler. I am currently on page 55. Expect to be done with towards the end of next month. At that time I will switch to experiment with Deno. Then I will move on to generate and post a first pass of a storage server. It should be a lot of fun. Continue reading “Simple and Second Web Servers in Node.js”

About JavaScript – Part I

This morning I received a message from a discussion forum for the Graph Analytics for Big Data from the University of California San Diego by Coursera. I completed the course last year.

I tend to post now and then when I really see a need. Since then at least three students have used the contents of the post and were kind enough to leave me a message. I do appreciate it. Hope it helps fellow students even if they were in a hurry and did not have time to leave a thank you note. Feels good, what can I say. Continue reading “About JavaScript – Part I”