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Node.js is growing up, and with that comes the responsibility of proper legacy support. As of Node.js Argon (v4.2.0) there is an official Long Term Support release cycle that lasts for 30 months!
How does a project moving at the pace of node maintain multiple release lines? How does a commit get backported? How is a release actually made?
You will learn all this and more on this week's episode of "Node.js Releases, how do they work?".
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Myles Borins is a developer, musician, artist, and maker. They work for Google as a developer advocate serving the Node.js ecosystem. Myles cares about the open web and healthy communities.