Aquele que não sabe e pensa que sabe, é um tolo: Fuja dele. Aquele que sabe e pensa que não sabe, está a dormir: Acorde-o. Aquele que não sabe e sabe que não sabe, é humilde: Guie-o. Aquele que sabe e sabe que sabe, é um mestre: Siga-o.
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This is the first part in a series of tutorials I want to write on Node.js. I should make it clear that I'm no expert on Node.js, but a good way to check you understand something is to try to explain it to someone else. If you see something that you don't think is quite right please let me know so I can correct the mistake, I'll make sure to give you credit.
I decided to learn Node.js recently due to its increasing popularity. The programming industry moves incredibly fast and it's dangerous to fall behind. Learning new languages is important because if you don't you're likely you'll get left behind and out of a job. Think about all of them flash developers who can't find any work anymore.