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> There is a reason why big companies never adopt these things, i can't imagine how it would be to take over a node.js app from someone else.

That's incredibly inaccurate. Big companies adopt a lot of crazy things, craziness isn't much of a deciding factor. Node.js is used by plenty of large companies and despite your tastes, Javascript in general is ridiculously popular in companies of all sizes.

References please, clientside doesn't count. Google forbid it and i don't know of any big company how has SSJS in production. It's definitively not ridiculously popular.

Apparently Walmart also uses it for mobile: http://venturebeat.com/2012/01/24/why-walmart-is-using-node-...

LinkedIn uses it for their mobile platform. I know some pretty big companies are looking into it. I know there are sizable companies out there using it in some capacity: https://github.com/joyent/node/wiki/Projects,-Applications,-...

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