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JavaScript Weekly
Issue 213 — January 2, 2015
Elegantly compact descriptions of several new object oriented programming features in ES6, including improved object literals, Object.assign(), and Object.is().
Dr. Axel Rauschmayer

An opinion piece about the rapid nature of change in the JavaScript world and how this affects newcomers, existing developers, and those working on longer term projects.
Manuel Bernhardt

Aaron Frost, JS.Next: ES6 master, gives you a crash course on the changes JavaScript is seeing on the client and server in Node.js. Get going with the new language features of JavaScript.
Try out a free lesson: Introducing Destructuring.
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Symbols are a new primitive type in ECMAScript 6 that act as tokens that serve as unique IDs. They’re created with the Symbol() factory function.
Dr. Axel Rauschmayer

I flipped through a copy the other day and was happy with what I saw.
No Starch Press

It’s back at Amelia Island in Florida across May 27-29. The call for speakers is open until January 30th.
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