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I was asked by PDT to send some deployment emails for the more technical and invisible features that got deployed over the past few days. Here's the first one:
## What? ##
Up until now, EGT has been using a 2-year-old (that is super old in tech terms) version of NodeJS (our runtime engine for our backend code). We have successfully bumped it to version 12 and tested that there were no breaking changes.
## So what? ##
This enables us to use the latest features and it has boosted our server speed quite a bit.
## Shoutouts ##
Thanks to Leo for bumping one of the CircleCI jobs that I missed. Thanks to Gunar for the graphs in #egt-performance and thanks to all of EGT and PDT for testing on staging before we deployed to production.
## What's Next? ##
This is just the beginning. Tim is investigating better workflow for our hosted infrastructure and EGT as a whole will be making time to get some much-needed love to our codebase.