And Joyent's Node service is pretty good too:
To help SSJS in getting main-stream adoption, we've coded some apps, Erbix Forms and Erbix Blog, written completely in JS, which we've open sourced and launched in the Erbix App Store ( https://secure.erbix.com/marketplace ).
If you have any feedback let us know.
I have been working on a small game and so far I am very happy with how it works.
I'm the author of forever and node-http-proxy and it's good to see our production quality node.js software being used by other people :-)
They have ready-made stacks with Node.js, Rails and Django.
But competitors are good!!
Which gives me the idea: it'd be cool to have a service like this and have it use a user-provided AWS account.
So you could use a service like this to automatically manage the EC2 instances, and then if you need to take control to expand your instances' functionality you just stop using the service.
Just a thought...
Are NodeFu and Nodejitsu the same company?
If NodeFu isn't a company, how can it be the "heroku for node.js".
Node to win :-D
That pointed over to this longer piece about how Yammer, Proxlet and Bocoup are using Node.js:
The site is down for me.
/edit: It's now reachable again. Thanks.
And congrats for the initiative !
Learning some Ruby now but next step is Node.js, then I will try it out.