Nodejitsu, a three-person start-up based out of General Assembly that’s basically bootstrapped themselves through a year of coding, just raised its first round of outside funding: $750,000, led by General Catalyst.
The Nodejitsu team is building a platform that takes advantage of the buzz around node.js, a relatively new technology that’s rapidly gaining popularity with developers. RRE Ventures and First Round Capital also participated, after Mr. Robbins was introduced to investors there through contacts at General Assembly.
The Third Degree
Betabeat interviewed these guys back in January, when they were still scrapping hard at General Assembly. Since then, Mr. Squires moved to San Francisco because they decided they needed a presence there, and has set up shop at the West Coast Hack Haus in the Lower Haight. He is in the process of developing a series of raps that teach people about Node.js.
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