Script & Style Show: Episode 18: JavaScript Date and TC39 with Maggie Pint

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In this week's episode:  Todd discusses his self-imposed ban from Twitter while David tries to fathom a day without feeling the importance of people liking his pithy tweets.  The episode is saved by Maggie Pint, a Microsoft open source guru who also happens to be a momentjs maintainer and TC39 representative.  I promise you'll learn more about dates and time than you ever thought you would! Enjoy!

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