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Janice Muia
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Mar 3, 2021 ⋅ 4 min read

Parallelism, concurrency, and async programming in Node.js

Janice Muia I am a full-stack developer based in Nairobi. From time immemorial, I have always enjoyed research and tinkering with technology. I came across software programming while doing legal research, and since then, I have had the stubborn desire to be a maker and part of the change I would like to see in the world.

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One Reply to "Parallelism, concurrency, and async programming in Node.js"

  1. So you are saying that when multiple requests are executed (as they may have different tasks) is concurrency and if in a particular request, multiple parts getting executed parallely is parallelism?

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