Weekend Reading - A Brief History of JavaScript


#1

A Brief History of JavaScript by Sebastián Peyrott

We take a look at the evolution of JavaScript, arguably one of the most important languages of today, and tomorrow


#2

Great read. I read that Eich has created his own browser, although I haven't seen or read anything about it other than an article I read about him. I also read he was pushed out of the industry for funding a group that opposed same-sex marriage.


#3

No need to get into the other details. We're talking history in the pragmatic sense.