Today’s rage on the blogsphere is the news that Microsoft and Joyent are working together in order to have a native windows port of Node.js that will work on Azure (and off course Windows going back to 2003).
For example one of the reports
This is good news for Azure and it’s one more option for people who are thinking of deploying to Azure but don’t want to use the full Microsoft stack. Since there are other Cloud vendors that already support Node.js (besides Joyent) Heroku recently announced that it also supports Node.js besides Ruby, this means people have one more cloud provider on their list.
Come on folks it is not that hard to do due dilligence.