Anyone who says node.js is dead probably hasn't even tried building anything with deno yet, I think.
Also, I don't see anything wrong with them both coexisting. I'm pretty sure, in time, deno will find it's place alongside node.js, but I'm not sure it has to necessarily be a replacement.
Exactly my point, thank you for this comment.
Don't you think that every time there is something new in town, some "developers" start calling the other alternatives "dead" like are you serious ! this is why the title of this post is the way it is lol
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