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Hello guys,

I want to introduce Bolty, a small piece of code that can serialize JS
objects into binary buffers and back again into an object. It consumes
a lot less space than JSON and can also handle objects that contains
buffers and other types of data. It's a lot like Protocol Buffers but
uses pure JS and its very extensible.

https://github.com/alanhoff/node-bolty

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