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The state of JavaScript modules @Jhnnns
medium.com
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ES Modules – Interview with Bradley Farias @bradleymeck, @survivejs
survivejs.com
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Node 8: Five New Features You Need to Know @codingsans
codingsans.com
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Brendan Eich: Tech giants could botch WebAssembly [from Feb 2017] @brendaneich, @pjkrill
www.infoworld.com
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Simplifying module resolution with Babel or webpack @blinkdesign
simonsmith.io
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