This series is a blog post I wanted to write, but far more informed than I would have been. What's so unique and powerful about , from one of the people who created Crystal—a statically-typed compiled language that nonetheless closely follows Ruby's syntax:

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Just did some year-end giving to:

- , because without them we wouldn't have an independent browser
- , because without them we wouldn't be able to use the latest JavaScript
- , because without it we wouldn't have a mainstream fully object-oriented dynamic language

(Please feel free to nitpick these assessments, but please also do year-end giving to orgs you support)

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