This article is a compilation of resources I would use again while learning a node.js or react. It contains everything from free articles, paid courses to books. There are not sorted in any particular order.
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Node best practices
Another git collection. This time of best NodeJS practices. I cannot say that I agree with everything on 100% but it is a great starting point when you try to do your next project the right way.
This is an awesome company producing awesome content. The price is a little higher than usual but it is worth every penny. The courses are recorded lections from practitioners and the quality of content is high. I would recommend courses from Kyle Simpson, Scott Moss, and Brian Londsdorf, but in the end, I did not encountered a bad course so pick what you are interested in.
Functional light JS
Another book by Kyle Simpson. This time introduction to functional programming focusing on the important topics that you can apply immediately. I recommend pairing this book with his course on the same topic from frontend masters.
The road to React
I learned to react to this eBook. I remember it was a really good introduction. I build some basic react app alongside this book as a reference source.
If I would like to go deeper in React or need to refresh it I would grab the epic react dev from Kent C. Dodds. I received a pretty good impression from everyone who bought the course, even senior react devs so this would be the choice for me.