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Even though Node is a relatively new project, we've looked at many possibilities for applications you can build with it. Since Node is changing rapidly, keeping in touch with the community is essential. Fortunately, the official nodejs.org web site is an excellent place where you can find resources to continue your development with Node. When you go to nodejs.org, scroll down and find the link for Community. From here you can find the links to the official documentation, the source code on GitHub, the Mailing Lists, Periodicals, Conferences, Localized Sites, and the IRC chat room.
Let's go to the Documentation. You'll notice that the documentation is tagged with a specific version of Node that the documentation is valid for. Let's go back to the Community page. In addition to the community page, you'll also want to look at the NPM Registry. At search.npmjs.org, you can find any Node module that's packaged through NPM. The official Node web sites are great place to dig into the wealth of functionality it provides. The documentation will guide you through all of the core modules or search.npmjs.org will help you find more provided by the community.
If you're interested in watching the progress of Node, join the mailing list and watch Node on GitHub.
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