We encourage any and all styles of contribution from the community.#
The Node.js community is large, inclusive, and excited to enable as many users to contribute in whatever what they can. If you want to report an issue, help with documentation or contribute to the code base of the project, you’ve come to the right place. Explore our community resources to find out how you can help:
NodeConf conferences are the main event in the United States.
NodeConf EU is a Node conference in Europe, organized by Cian Ó Maidín.
An Italian Node.js Conference is held in Brescia.
Node Summit is a conference in San Francisco focusing on the adoption of Node in larger companies.
NodeConf ONE-SHOT are forkable conferences for a local communities
The mailing list is used for announcements and discussion about Node.
The github issues list the place for discussion of Node.js core features
The official Node.js Twitter account is nodejs
Node Weekly is an email list that gathers up the latest events and news from around the Node.js community.
Planet Node is an aggregator of Node developer blogs.
NodeUp is a podcast covering the latest Node news in the community.
NodeJS Reactions captures the Node.js experience in the form of animated GIFs.
Official API reference documentation details the Node API.
NodeSchool.io will teach you Node.js concepts via interactive command-line games.
StackOverflow Node.js tag collects new information every day.
docs.nodejitsu.com answers many of the common problems people come across.
How To Node has a growing number of useful tutorials.
All development takes place at github.com/joyent/node. This is where discussion regarding core development occurs.
If you are interested in contributing to Node.js, please first read the contribution guide.
nodejs.org does not maintain any translations into other languages. However there are community websites in various languages with mailing lists and translations of the website.