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Debugging applications in Node.js and identifying performance issues can often be problematic. Given the event driven nature of the language, understanding what is happening when the code doesn't work as expected or doesn't perform as you'd like can be difficult. This talk will cover some techniques for helping with these issues and some freely available tools for assisting
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Debugging your Node.js applications - tools and advice
A developer of IBM's contributions to the Node.js runtime, Stewart has extensive programming and system administration experience, with a focus on UNIX-based systems.