Aaron Frost (twitter github blog) Merrick Christensen (twitter github) Joe Eames (twitter github blog) Jamison Dance (twitter github blog)
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
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
39:18 – Designing a New Language
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)
The Application Cache with Jake Archibald
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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MERRICK: What’s up?
JAMISON: We have Joe Eames.
JOE: Hey there.
JAMISON: And we have an incredibly special guest, Aaron Frost.
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.
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.
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?
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.