Crockford’s videos (must see!)
Wiki List on Github/Joyent/Node (start here last!)
Production sites with published source:
Mocha is a popular test framework.
Vows is a fantastic take on asynchronous testing, albeit somewhat stale.
Expresso is a more traditional unit testing framework.
node-unit is another relatively traditional unit testing framework.
Express is by far the most popular framework.
Meteor bundles together jQuery, Handlebars, Node.js, websockets, mongoDB, and DDP and promotes convention over configuration without being a Rails clone.
Tower is an abstraction of top of Express that aims to be a Rails clone.
Geddy is another take on web frameworks.
RailwayJS is a Ruby-on-Rails inspired MVC web framework.
SailsJS is a realtime MVC web framework.
Sleek.js is a simple web framework, built upon express.js.
Hapi is a configuration-centric framework with built-in support for input validation, caching, authentication, etc.
Koa Koa is a new web framework designed by the team behind Express, which aims to be a smaller, more expressive, and more robust foundation for web applications and APIs.
Jade is the HAML/Slim of the Node world
EJS is a more traditional templating language.
Don’t forget about Underscore’s template method!
Connect is the Rack or WSGI of the Node world.
Request is a very popular HTTP request library.
socket.io is handy for building WebSocket servers.
Optimist makes argument parsing a joy.
Commander is another popular argument parser.
Colors makes your CLI output pretty.