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Yahoo!’s Doug Crockford On JavaScript

   Welcome to the first in a new series of interviews called "How I Work". These interviews revolve around how thinkers and creators in the Web world design, code, and create. The goal is not to get into the specific nuances of their craft (as that information already exists online), but rather step back and learn a bit about their habits, philosophies, and workflow for producing great work.
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