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Running CoffeeScript on Microsoft Azure

It is quite easy to run CoffeeScript applications on Azure now that they support Node.js. You can mostly follow the steps of their Node.js and Express tutorial, with couple of modifications.

Call for presentations: Open Mobile Linux at FOSDEM 2012

At FOSDEM 2012 we will have a devroom related to Open Mobile Linux. Our primary goal is to facilitate meetups, collaboration and awareness between different projects and communities within Open Mobile Linux and provide a place to present directions, ideas and your projects themselves. By Open Mobile Linux we mean any open source projects revolving around typical non-desktop/server Linux, such...

What is the appeal of server-side JavaScript?

Node.js showed up at the right time. PHP, currently the most popular server-side language, has been mired in community squabbling amidst a large effort to refactor its character encoding support, while also losing developer mindshare to the many excellent Ruby web frameworks that have appeared in the last few years. But Ruby web frameworks, and the language itself, have become...

Elegance matters

CoffeeScript is to producing JavaScript what Markdown is for producing HTML. Elegance matters.

JavaScript in Qt5

Qt 5 is bringing JS at the same level of support as C++—Quim Gil, Nokia