Script & Style Show: Episode 4: Tooling

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On this week's episode:  David starts the show by revealing he has a headache and an hour of discussing JavaScript tooling will not make it better.  The show covers the history of JavaScript tooling (from nothing to JavaScript loaders, minifiers, webpack, and more), the pitfalls of popular tools, and the future of tooling.  Enjoy!

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