AWS Lambda is still only supporting Node.js 6.10, they need to move faster...
I'm still awaiting async iterables  in Node.js. It's not part of ECMAScript yet, but I'm still excited for it. Chrome 63 and v8 6.3 enables async iterables, but this Node.js version (v9.4) uses v8 6.2 so no async iterables yet. Does anyone know whether a version of Node sticks with the same version of v8 throughout? So, is there any chance that a node version 9 will have v8 greater than 6.2?
I hope they release a cross platform installation script or binary that can manage multiple versions like nvm(doesn't work on windows). Hmm, since I'm learning Go now this might be a good exercise.
It's a shame that updating node via homebrew is such a pain that I probably will skip this version.
Maybe it's just me, but every upgrade corrupts the global node_modules.
any signs yet of support for Web Workers?