Node JS Learning Path

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The Node JS Learning path on Pluralsight is one of the new style learning paths that were introduced a few weeks ago.

You should be familiar with JavaScript and some basic programming concepts.

The learning path covers three different skill levels:

Beginner – 3 hours

Introduction to Node.js (watched)

NPM Playbook

Intermediate – 9 hours

Building Web Applications with Node.js and Express 4.0

Large Scale JavaScript on Client and Server

RESTful Web Services with Node.js and Express

Advanced – 5 hours

Node JS Testing Strategies

Node Application Patterns

Measure Your Skill Level

There is also a new Pluralsight feature to measure your skill level. There are about 20 questions to answer.

I took this test and was rated as proficient at Node JS (60th percentile). This is about what I was expecting because I have a lot of experience with JavaScript but little experience with Node JS.

Due to this test, Pluralsight recommended that I start at intermediate level. I will follow this advice for now, but I will go back and review the beginner courses if I have time.

The next course that I will review is Building Web Applications with Node.js and Express 4.0

My ultimate goal is to produce a comprehensive analysis of how Node JS compares with ASP.NET Core as a platform for developing web applications, but I expect it to take several months before I am ready to take on that project.

In the meantime I hope that you will join me in learning Node JS, and that you get value out of my reviews.

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