Monthly JSter #13: News of December 2013

JSter #13, and a new year, is here! A lot happened in the world of JavaScript the past year. Let's just say it was a good year for us developers. Many interesting releases were made and the tooling keeps on improving. There is still plenty to do of course. And if everything goes well, I think jster.net will look quite different the next time I write this post.

This was the first year for us with "Monthly JSter". It's more like biweekly JSter now as that makes more sense for both me and you. Perhaps a weekly schedule would be even nicer? Less content, more often. This is definitely something I need to consider. Also if you have any specific ideas, feel free to contact me directly and I'll see what we can do.

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What're we doing today, Brain? The same thing we do every day, Pinky. Javascript.

Published by bebraw on 2014-01-02 04:18:31

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