node.js and the javascript age

Three months ago, we decided to tear down the framework we were using for our dashboard, Python’s Django, and rebuild it entirely in server-side Javascript, using node.js. (If there is ever a time in a start-ups life to remodel parts of your infrastructure, it’s early on, when your range of motion is highest.)

This decision was driven by a realization: the LAMP stack is dead. In the two decades since its birth, there have been fundamental shifts in the web’s make-up of content, protocols, servers, and clients. Together, these mark three ages of the web.

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Published by Michael Driscoll

Founder @RillData, operational intelligence powered by Apache Druid. Previously @Metamarkets. Investor @DCVC. Lapsed computational biologist.

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