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React & Meteor Developer

Leo Bassam
Helping 20,000+ freelancers and digital nomads run their business from all around the world 🚀
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We're looking for a developer with heaps of experience in React, Node (Meteor) and MongoDB. To help us build new features and fix bugs.

For more information and to apply please visit: https://www.plutio.com/careers

Plutio is an all-in-one business management platform designed for freelancers and small businesses. Everything you need from projects and tasks to proposals and invoicing, all in one intuitive and deeply customizable platform. No more multiple subscriptions and juggling between apps.

The business is powered by freelancers from all around the world, not employees. We don't follow the conventional 9-to-5 office routine. You choose how you want to work as long as the work gets done, we're easy to please.

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Henry Quinn

Has Meteor gotten better at scaling? When we were playing with it in 2016, we could get a couple thousand concurrent users before it would just barf and implode on itself.

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Ali Ogaili

Implode on itself? what does that mean?

We scaled meteor node horizontally and it's fine, it really depends on how you use it and how you cluster your nodes.

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Henry Quinn

We were just playing with it to make some test apps and threw some traffic tester at a node. With one node, it just crashed after a certain number of users (well before the resources on the machine ran out).

My group wasn't playing with anything that could auto-scale it at the time. So if you're on AWS or some flavor of Kubernetes it's probably more fine now.