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  • The Birth & Death of JavaScript - A talk by Gary Bernhardt from PyCon 2014. This science fiction / comedy / completely serious talk traces the history of JavaScript, and programming in general, from 1995 until 2035. It's not pro- or anti-JavaScript; the language's flaws are discussed frankly, but its ultimate impact on the industry is tremendously positive. For Gary's more serious (and less futuristic) thoughts on programming, try some Destroy All Software screencasts.

  • FFMPEG.WASM - pure WebAssembly / JavaScript port of FFmpeg. It enables video & audio record, convert and stream right inside browsers.

  • https://github.com/pannous/wasp - a new unified notation for both markup/object data and code.Wasp is the foundation layer of the higher order programming language angle. [5]