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  • 12
    NodeJS seems right actually.
  • 15
    Not Jay's ass
  • 2
    "Isn't it easier to just say Java?"
  • 11
    You know a product is tailoring to hipsters when the product name needs both written and spoken guidelines
  • 16
    If you don't want people to pronounce the "js" part, it shouldn't be in your name.
  • 6
    @groxx It makes too much sense for it to be wrong.

    @Mvzes Definitely. 'My name is "Kfhdlh" it's pronounced as "Jack".'
  • 2
    @groxx "Java's Crypt" is the best JS pun I've heard all well, lol
  • 1
    i pronounce it "no js"
  • 8
    Why the hell wouldn't I pronounce JS? In software engineering, there are too many things that can be addressed as "node" and I ain't relying on others to be able to figure out the semantics.
  • 3
    Everyone knows it's pronounced "Node jay ess"
  • 9
    Actually, it's pronounced like “that fucking server-side JavaScript bullshit”.
  • 1
    It's pronounced nude yo' ass and you cannot change my mind
  • 2
    Node is a generic ass name, of course I'm gonna say Node.js because that's literally how that shit is called. What even is this
  • 1
    @ethernetzero Or for short, Node BS . Actually - everyone - petition to rename it to Node BS ? Seems more accurate
  • 1
    I keep misspelling node.js as nose.js. I don't know what that means.
  • 0
    Didnt know they had guidelines for these!!
  • 1
    Node means other things than just this software so I'm gonna pronounce the Jay ess part so I am understood.
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    @ethernetzero this is even better than mine
  • 4
    Saying node jay ess is perfectly valid, I'll die on that hill if I must
  • 3
    This further concludes JS devs are bunch of hipsters.
  • 5
    i'm gonna keep pronouncing it "fuck that shit"
  • 0
    @jennytengsonM Not JayZ seems right
  • 0
    @mvelebit I've got 99 problems but my dependencies ain't one
  • 0
    node dot jay ess
  • 1
    @12bitfloat So generic. Node.js in a Kubernetes node that uses node data structures…

    The node server is having an exception managing nodes in one of the nodes.

    Node jay ess is way less confusing.
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