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JavaScript by Douglas Crockford
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Sep 04, 2009

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bookshelves: computersandsoftware, non-fiction, technical

A nice critique of JavaScript as a programming language, pointing out some of its design flaws as well as some of its more elegant features. I would have liked this more if it had more discussion about the design patterns the 'good parts' are good for. It was also lacking material on some fundamentals of the runtime, in particular memory management.

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