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now in 2011 it is experiencing a resurgence on the server-side thanks
to Node.js and CouchDB.
away the cruft and letting the true inner beauty of the language shine
through. Perhaps CoffeeScript founder Jeremy Ashkenas says it best:
“Underneath all of those embarrassing braces and semicolons,
CoffeeScript is more than an intellectual curiosity. It is the #1 most
followed project on GitHub. It will be ship as a standard library in
Rails 3.1. But most importantly, Brendan Eich openly acknowledges that
ECMAScript “Harmony”). Much of what you see in CoffeeScript today will
Why don’t you join me and see what the fuss is all about? You’ll never
Scott Davis is a principal engineer with ThoughtWorks, where he focuses on the leading-edge, innovative, emerging, and nontraditional aspects of web development, such as serverless web apps, mobile web apps (responsive PWAs), HTML5-based smart TV apps, conversational UIs (like Siri and Alexa), and using web technologies to build IoT solutions. Scott is the founder of ThirstyHead.com, a Denver-based training and software development consultancy. Scott is also the cofounder of the Denver HTML5 User Group. Scott has been writing about web development for over 10 years. His books include Getting Started with Grails, Groovy Recipes, GIS for Web Developers, The Google Maps API: Adding Where to Your Web Applications, and JBoss at Work. Scott is also the author of several popular article series at IBM developerWorks, including Mastering MEAN, Mastering Grails, and Practically Groovy. His videos include Architecture of the MEAN Stack, Responsive Mobile Architecture, and On the Road to Angular 2.