Imagine, sitting in front of your computer one day, staring at the image upload bar, counting seconds of your life and suddenly, making a life changing discovery.
This is what happened to Ryan Dahl, the inventor of Nodesource.
Nodesource is a cross-platform and real-time environment for system and network applications created by a New Yorker, Ryan Dahl in the year 2009. Nodes are individual units in a network hub. Each system i.e. a computer, printer, scanner or a mobile is a node when connected to a network but holding a unique IP address. Though individual, their performance is basis the set functionality of the network they are connected to. For example, at an airport, multiple devices are connected to the airport Wi-Fi, each of these connected devices are termed as nodes in the lingo of computer science.