JavaScript Engine Internals
Presented by: sandya
12 years ago
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JavaScript has become the de-facto assembly language of internet. It has morphed from a client side language embedded in web pages to main stream server side development language with node.js. The speed of JavaScript code depends on the underlying JS engine. There are a number of popular JS engines such as V8 from Google, TraceMonkey from Mozilla, and SquirrelFish from Apple etc. This session dives into the internals of the popular JavaScript engines, how they work and what kind of optimizations they perform.

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