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Tomasz Łakomy
If JavaScript is garbage collected, why does it still exist?
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Tyler Reiff Feb 6
Replying to @tlakomy
Unpopular Opinion: modern JavaScript isn’t garbage!
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Kevin Østerkilde 🇩🇰 Feb 6
Replying to @tjrcodes @tlakomy
That's a popular opinion I'd say.
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Vatsal Joshi Feb 6
Replying to @tlakomy
Because there's a memory leak 😉
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Jacob M-G Evans ⚛ Feb 6
Replying to @vatz88 @tlakomy
Yeah everyone just needs to forget everything before ES5
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Már Örlygsson 🔵 Feb 6
Replying to @tlakomy @joelnet
You are still referencing it
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Daniel Dunderfelt Feb 7
This is the true answer right here 😄
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Mateusz Borowiak Feb 7
Replying to @tlakomy
Except of non-strict comparison, what else do you find pure garbage? - serious question, wanna learn
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Tomasz Łakomy Feb 7
Replying to @matborowiak
Nothing, JS pays my bills for the last 7 years and this tweet was a joke like everything I write (especially code)
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JavaScript Joel 🥑🍻 Feb 6
Replying to @tlakomy
Must be some circular reference 🤣
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Robert Groves Feb 6
Replying to @tlakomy
Because of everyone holding all of those references to it.
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