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Node.js Foundation Launches Certified Developer Program

  • January 30, 2017
  • By Developer.com Staff

The Node.js Foundation has announced plans for a new Certified Developer program that will allow programmers to demonstrate their proficiency with the server-side JavaScript platform. The certification, which will become available sometime during the second quarter of 2017, will require candidates to pass a 32-question online exam. It will cover topics like buffers and streams, child processes, control flow, diagnostics, error-handling, events, style system, HTTPS, JavaScript and module systems, dealing with NPM and Yarn, Node CLI, package.json, process and operating systems, unit testing, and security.

Tracy Hinds, education community manager for the Foundation said that the cert is designed for people with "early intermediate" skills with the framework, and it will demonstrate that "they're not going to know everything, but they can hit the ground running."

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