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Events about Node.js coming up before 2016.

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As the upcoming Events, Connectikpeople.co can recall: JSConf CO, October 16th - 17th at Ruta N, Medellin, ColombiaEmpireNode, October 23rd at New York, US.NodeFest, November 7th at Tokyo, JapanNode Girls London, November 7th at London, UKPlaynode, November 12nd at Seoul, South KoreaNodevember, November 14th - 15th at Nashville, Tennessee, US.NodeConf Barcelona, November 21st at Barcelona, SpainCampJS VI, November 20 – 23th at Queensland, AustraliaNode.js Interactive, December 8-9 at Portland, US.If you have an event about Node.js coming up, you can put your events through the Evangelism team repo.

The Node.js v4.2.1 (LTS) and v4.2.0 (LTS) Releases in our digital age.

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Experiences under and around Node.js environments are more and more exciting, streamlined and endless. The community is increasingly stronger with amazing contributions and groundbreaking infrastructures. This week Connectikpeople.co welcome two releases: Node.js v4.2.1 (LTS) and Node.js v4.2.0 (LTS). Notable changes : v4.2.1 (LTS) Includes fixes for two regressionsAssertion error in WeakCallback - see #3329Undefined timeout regression - see #3331Notable changes : v4.2.0 (LTS) icu: Updated to version 56 with significant performance improvements (Steven R. Loomis) #3281node:Added new -c (or --check) command line argument for checking script syntax without executing the code (Dave Eddy) #2411Added process.versions.icu to hold the current ICU library version (Evan Lucas)