Node books - "Node.js the right way", "Deploying Node" and "Node.js design patterns". In order of usefulness, they are all useful but first one is the most useful.
— Graph Theory will always be very gimped in JS otherwise
— It feels like running around a catacombs with nothing but a glow stick
— Like I get why too, native C++ MUST be behind a wall or the safety of JS would go away, but at the same time that doesn't mean we can't have some useful abstractions that let information propagate more easily