Improving JavaScript

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JavaScript is well on its way to become the dominant general-purpose
programming language. The present looks good and the future looks even
better: Many of the things that people currently complain about will
be fixed by the next version of ECMAScript (code-named
ECMAScript.next). We’ll also look at steps to improve JavaScript after
ECMAScript.next, some of which are not language-related.

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Axel Rauschmayer

Ecmanauten

Dr. Axel Rauschmayer specializes in JavaScript. He has written the O’Reilly book “"Speaking JavaScript":http://speakingjs.com/”, blogs at 2ality.com, is trainer for Ecmanauten and organizes the MunichJS user group. He also frequently holds talks and workshops at conferences.

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