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So I finished watching Douglas Crockford's excellent series on Javascript, and in the final episode (so far), loopage he lays out why Node.js is a near perfect solution for server side code. He talks about keeping state, not in the database, but in closures running in Node.js, he also states that templating systems (like JSP, PHP, and ASP) are a poor abstraction for more complicated Web Applications and that node.js provides a solution to this. And I am ready to buy in, but I can't find any examples of Web Applications using this pattern, or any books or tutorials about how to go about doing this. I am not talking about a simple application, but something that would use the patterns that Crockford spoke of in his talk. Anyone know where I can find some tutorials/examples of Web Applications written in Node.js (and yes I know about Geddy and ExpressJs, but they don't seem to follow the radically different patterns that Crockford was speaking of, and were more like getting a Railsy experience on Node.js).

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