Last week Carl Franklin and Richard Campbell from DotNetRocks interviewed me about running node.js applications on Windows. This is an introductory talk meant to introduce the node.js framework to .NET developers without prior experience with it. It also highlights the efforts around making Windows a great platform to run node.js applications, either standalone or in IIS using iisnode. The interview starts around minute 7 and lasts around 40. Enjoy!
DotNetRocks interview about node.js and iisnode on Windows
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