Come to the dark side
Regards and sorry for the interruption, Lane here! I built Boot.dev to give you a place to learn back-end development the...hard way? I mean easy? Maybe the "heasy" way? I don't know.
It's hard because you will have to write code... like a metric ton of code. It's easy because my courses have a built-in game that's pretty darn fun. Give it a try.
Some people make the argument that Java is better for the backend, but in my experience, Node.js can be just as performant than Java on the server-side, especially since a Java server uses 2MB of RAM just to create a thread. You could have hundreds of thousands of threads if your website is popular or users are doing a lot at the same time, and those 2MB of RAM per thread can quickly add up. Node.js is superior when it comes to delegation, as it is able to handle tons of requests on a single thread. Since Node.js is a single-threaded server, RAM usage isn’t nearly so much of a concern.
Want to learn Python and Go?
The rumors are not true. I've been writing Go and Python for many years and I smell delightful.
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