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If it seems strange to you that Node achieves parallelism by running only one piece of code at a time, that’s because it is. It’s an example of something I call a backwardism.

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This is idiotic. Node code is highly concurrent and not at all parallel. By definition, you need more than one thread for parallelism.

Concurrency: Reading one novel while reading technical book; pick one when mood strikes. Parallel: Copying a book to notebook, verbatim or translated.