The 5 Twitter Accounts Node.js Developers Need to Follow, by Matteo Collina
Feb 27, 2019
Matteo Collina shares his recommendations for the Twitter accounts Node.js developers should be keeping track of. A member of the Node.js Foundation Technical Steering Committee, Collina currently works as Principal Architect at the software-consultancy company NearForm. He is also an in-demand speaker at international conferences and co-author of the book Node.js Cookbook, Third Edition.
Tierney Cyren is a Node.js Community Committee member and former chairperson, as well as a Senior Cloud Developer Advocate at Microsoft. He works tirelessly to improve the Node.js ecosystem.
Node.js performance expert Thorsten Lorenz works as a Senior Software Engineer at NodeSource, and is a conference speaker and world traveler. He also dwells in TypeScript.
Fødor Indutny started io.js back in the day and is an expert in all things C++ in Node.js. He is now a Software Engineer at PayPal.
Yang Guo is a Staff Software Engineer at Google, a Node.js Collaborator and a member of the Node.js Diagnostics Working Group. Guo has been working hard the last few months to fix the HashWick vulnerability.
Jordan Harband is a TC39 delegate currently representing Airbnb, as well as a Node.js collaborator. He is also working on making ECMAscript modules a reality.
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