Danielle Adams

Danielle Adams

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"The Life and Times of a Node.js Release"

The Node.js release schedule may seem overwhelming to keep up with, maintaining 3 or 4 versions at a time, but there’s no shortage of effort that goes into releases to support the wide use of JavaScript across the web. Many Node.js contributors spend hours discussing APIs, running tests, and preparing release notes for a single release - but how does it all come together? As a releaser, I will discuss the work that goes into a release, tips I’ve picked up along the way, and how every contribution counts. Learn how the Node.js project manages semver major releases, security patches, long-term support, and everything in between.


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Date:
04 Oct 2022
Time:
09:00 UTC | 09:00 UTC
Length:
25 min
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"Danielle is a software engineer at Amazon Web Services working on the AWS Amplify platform, where she works on tooling for front-end and mobile developers.
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About Danielle

Danielle is a software engineer at Amazon Web Services working on the AWS Amplify platform, where she works on tooling for front-end and mobile developers. She is also a contributor to Node.js, a Node.js releaser, and a member of the Node.js Technical Steering Committee. She is a recent graduate of New York University with a degree in cybersecurity. When she’s not thinking about JavaScript and the well-being of the internet, she enjoys live music, coffee, teaching others to code, and hanging out with her cats.

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