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How to crack a JWT token: two articles about distributed computing, ZeroMQ & Node.js

In the last 2 weeks I add the pleasure to release an article (in two parts) in collaboration with RisingStack , one of the most famous companies in the Node.js ecosystem. The article explains how to build a distributed application using Node.js and ZeroMQ and provides an example that I believe it’s very actual and interesting: a JWT token cracker. If you are into Node.js, ZeroMQ, security or distributed application you can read the two articles in the community section of RisingStack. ZeroMQ & Node…

Two Interviews about Node.js, JavaScript and being a book author

In the last month I had the pleasure to seeing published two interviews regarding my life as developer with Node.js and JavaScript and about being a book author with Node.Js design patterns second edition . The first interview was made with the Packt Publishing team and it was published in their own website: With Node.js, it’s easy to get things done The second interview was made by Thomas Peham , marketing manager at UserSnap : Meet the community: Luciano Mammino, software developer from Sicily I…

React on the Server for Beginners: Build a Universal React and Node App

I recently wrote a new article in collaboration with one of my favourite web development websites: the amazing Scotch.io . The article talk about using React both on client and on the server (with Node.js ) in an attempt to build a simple “Universal JavaScript” (a.k.a “Isomorphic”) application. The application is called “Judo Heroes” ( did you even noticed recently that I’m kind of fond of Judo? ) and it showcases some of the best Judo athletes for their number of medals won during the Olympic Games and…

Having fun with Node.js, Slack and Chuck Norris

I recently wrote a Slack bot in Node.js in collaboration with one of my favourite web development websites: the amazing Scotch.io . It’s a simple and funny experiment I have done in my free time to learn something new. It’s nothing special but it will add a bit of fun inside your Slack organisation… Who doesn’t want to have a bot that tells random jokes about Chuck Norris in his own Company chat room? :) The bot is available on Github ( lmammino/norrisbot ) and on NPM ( norrisbot ) and it can be…

Versioning and deploying a static website with Git, Flightplan and Nginx

Do you ever wondered how to manage the versioning and deployment process of a website? It seems to be a very interesting yet complex topic for which there are already thousands of different solutions. In a recent collaboration with Usersnap I had the pleasure to write a very detailed article for their blog that proposes a solution based on Flightplan.js , Git and Nginx . My solution is very simple, it requires very few dependencies on your system (Git and Node.js) and it has been thought to give…