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Mon Jan 26 07:09:41 PST 2015
* Axel Rauschmayer wrote:
>I’m in the process of coming up with a good title for a book on
>ECMAScript 6. That begs the question: What is the best way to refer to
>1. The obvious choices: ECMAScript 6 or ES6.
>The advantage of #2 is that many people don’t know what ECMAScript 6 is.
>However, I’m worried that a book that has “2015” in its title will
>appear old in 2016.
Well, Microsoft Office 1997 came out in 1996, Office 2000 in 1999... So,
Python tried that already. Over in the lands of Perl 5 "Modern Perl" is
would also be possible to take a clue from the browser vendors and make
it a BoD or e-book offering and increase the version number ever six
weeks or so (clearly justified by folding in errata). Another option is
about OO-design, classes, information hiding, and so on...
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