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Deploying Node.js

By : Sandro Pasquali
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Deploying Node.js

By: Sandro Pasquali

Overview of this book

Table of Contents (14 chapters)
Deploying Node.js
About the Author
About the Reviewers

About the Reviewers

Benjamin Bahrenburg is an author, blogger, speaker, and technology director. Over the last decade, he has designed and implemented innovative enterprise-scale solutions to meet the technology challenges of numerous Fortune 100 organizations. Ben specializes in cross-platform mobile solutions built upon full-stack JavaScript solutions.

Ben is the author of Appcelerator Titanium Business Application Development Cookbook by Packt Publishing, and he is a frequent speaker on Mobile JavaScript techniques. He spends much of his time blogging about JavaScript and mobile development at

For more information, you can contact Ben on Twitter at @bencoding.

Nikola Brežnjak is an engineer at heart and a "jack of all trades" kind of guy. He lives in Croatia with his lovely wife and daughter. For those who care about titles, he has a master's degree in computing from FER ( Over the past 7 years, he has worked in the betting software industry, where he made use of his knowledge in areas ranging from full-stack (web and desktop) development to game development through Linux and database administration and the use of various languages (C#, PHP, and JavaScript, to name just a few). Lately, he's been interested in the MEAN stack, the Ionic framework, and Unity3D. Also, he likes to help out on StackOverflow, where he's currently in the top 1 percent. He self-published the book Getting MEAN with MEMEs at

You can find out more about him through his blog at

Félix Saparelli is a software developer at McKay Software, based in northern New Zealand. His role as a full-stack developer covers the design and development of elegant industrial solutions.

He has travelled the world by boat and studied architecture. He speaks two languages and has visited over 25 countries (and counting). He enjoys tea, despises rain, and appreciates fan fiction. Over this time, he's developed a passion for all things computing. He's spent the last 7 years programming and interacting with the open source community.

To find out more about him, visit his website at You can also find him on Twitter at @passcod.

Jim Schubert is an applications and web developer from Richmond, VA. He has previously held positions with GE Healthcare, Primescape Solutions, Enghouse Interactive, and Expedia. He is currently a senior systems analyst at Integrated Business Systems, Inc., where he contributes to the design and construction of complete club management systems. He is mainly proficient in C#, Scala, and JavaScript. While at Expedia, he helped drive the success of an internally consumed Node.js API before moving on to construct a Scala API designed for both internal and external consumption. When not blogging about C# or AngularJS or self-publishing books about software, he is usually reading any book related to software construction he can get his hands on.