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Your Node.js Backend Is Anemic: And That Might Be OK

Apr 16th, 2019 / 1 min read / Share / Edit on GitHub
Like anything in software, every tool and pattern has it's place and purpose. A Node.js backend with riddled dependencies and expensive tests might not be the worst thing.

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Khalil Stemmler

Khalil Stemmler is a Developer / Designer and co-founder of Univjobs. He frequently publishes articles about Domain-Driven Design and Advanced TypeScript & Node.js best practices for large-scale applications.



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