Panel

Aaron Frost (twitter github blog)
Merrick Christensen (twitter github)
Joe Eames (twitter github blog)
Jamison Dance (twitter github blog)

Discussion
01:36 - Aaron Frost Introduction

Web Developer at Domo
1.21 Gigawatts – Chromeapps with Angularjs and Node (Aaron Frost and Dave Geddes)
JS.next: A Manager’s Guide by Aaron Frost

02:21 - ECMAScript and JavaScript

Brendan Eich talking about the Lord Of The Rings Comparison
JScript
ActionScript

06:02 - TC39 on ECMA

Notes from the TC39 Meetings

06:44 - ECMAScript:Harmony
09:59 - ES6 Features

Arrow Functions/Lambdas
Lexical Scoping
Destructioning
Spreading
Sets & Maps
Equivalent Detection
Generators
Binary Data

12:17 - Arrow Functions
14:23 - Data Proofing Functions
15:35 - Destructuring

Paths/Nested Destructuring
Destructuring Patterns

17:59 - Default Values
18:49 - Rest & Default Parameters
20:39 - Let

Variable Hoisting
Traceur Compiler
grunt-traceur
Let Expressions & Statements
Blocks & Block Scopes
temporal-dead-zone.js

27:20 - Generators
28:39 - The Module System
29:48 - Template Strings
32:05 - Aaron’s Opinion of Internet Explorer
36:01 - Using ES6 Today

Tracer Compiler

39:18 - Designing a New Language

Picks

Pacific Rim (Joe)
That Conference (Joe)
PHOX (Merrick)
Sqwiggle (Jamison)
NodeConf (Jamison)
Jon Hopkins - Immunity (Jamison)
Tombstone (Aaron)
Justin Timberlake - The 20/20 Experience (Aaron)

Book Club
JavaScript Allongé with Reginald Braithwaite!  He will join us for an episode to discuss the book on August 1st. The episode will air on August 9th.
Next Week
The Application Cache with Jake Archibald
Transcript
JAMISON:  Are you guys going to do a doo-wop chorus? I feel like with you all sharing the same microphone, we need some sick vocal harmony.

MERRICK:  I wouldn’t mind starting a JS Jabber a cappella group.

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JAMISON:  Hey everybody and welcome to JavaScript Jabber Episode 68. I am your guest host, Jamison Dance. Chuck is at LoneStar Ruby Conf this week. We have Merrick Christensen.

MERRICK:  What’s up?

JAMISON:  We have Joe Eames.

JOE:  Hey there.

JAMISON:  And we have an incredibly special guest, Aaron Frost.

AARON:  Hello.

MERRICK:  [Laughter] What?

JAMISON:  And he is not British.

AARON:  Coming from across the pond.

MERRICK:  Once you’re gone, I’m going to start using that as my greeting.

AARON:  Well, I wish my name was like that one guy, the Allonge, Reginald Braithwaite.

[Laughter]

AARON:  Where it’s like your name’s in British.

JOE:  Yes. Your accent, no. Oh, I would have my name be Benedict Cumberbatch.

AARON:  That’s pretty British too, that name.

JOE:  That’s a very British name, yeah.

AARON:  Wellington something.

[Laughter]

JAMISON:  Then you would be the archduke of JavaScript.

AARON:  Yeah.

JOE:  Oh, that would be an awesome title.

AARON:  That’d be great. It’s a good title.

MERRICK:  So Jamison, do you want to talk about why we have Aaron on the show?

JAMISON:  Yeah, I was going to ask him to introduce himself.

AARON:  Oh, great. I’m a web developer at an awesome company called Domo.

JOE:  But what’s your official title?

AARON:  Officially, I don’t know. What are you playing at?

[Laughter]

AARON:  Maybe an open web strategist.

JOE:  There you go.

JAMISON:  Social media expert?

AARON:  I don’t know. But I work on our UI team and we’re getting ready to push out a really awesome release that everyone’s going to love. I’m also an author. I’ve published a short book with O’Reilly in May and working on another book.

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