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not your mothers JavaScript

A talk by Tobias Schneider

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September 26, 2010 7:45 AM

JavaScript was made for the web of yesterday, but the web has changed significantly in the past decade and therefore the requirements of a JavaScript for tomorrow. I'm a JavaScript hacker and its in the nature of hackers that having a better language tomorrow isn't fast enough for us. Let me show you how to deal with the flexibility of today's JavaScript implementations to make things, which you may haven't seen before running in a Browser but will definitely become needed parts for the future of web development. This will be about shifting bits and bytes, misusing native file formats, overloading operators, uncommon using of getters/setters and some more evil JavaScript hackery.

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