The Future of JavaScript with Eric Elliott

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“I think that anybody who’s not using universal JavaScript is wasting a ton of time and a ton of money, and it’s just a silly thing to do.”

Eric Elliott is a JavaScript advocate, and the author of Programming JavaScript Applications. He is also an entrepreneur tackling social issues including homelessness and inequality in the tech industry.

Questions

  • Why will not knowing programming be akin to illiteracy in the future?
  • Does it suffice to know how code works, or is it important for people to kno how to write code?
  • Why do you love JavaScript?
  • What are the best practices for learning full-stack JavaScript?
  • What is timeless about JavaScript?
  • Why don’t we have a JavaScript OS yet?

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