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Closure and continuation

Closure and continuation: The Good Parts of JavaScript and the Web
Closure and continuation: The Good Parts of JavaScript and the Web

Doug wraps up his coverage on Asynchronicity with a few final thoughts on closure and continuation. He also provides links to his RQ and JSCheck projects and answers a few audience questions.

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Skill Level Intermediate
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Web Web Development JavaScript

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