Links es6-module-loader - ES6 module loader polyfill SystemJS - Spec-compliant universal module loader - loads ES6 modules, AMD, CommonJS and global scripts. SystemJS-Build-Tool - Build tool for SystemJS which can bundle for production jspm - Package manager for the SystemJS universal module loader, built on top of the dynamic ES6 module loader. Load any module format (ES6, AMD, CommonJS and globals) directly from endpoints such as npm and github with flat versioned dependency management. For production, use the jspm CLI tool to download packages locally, lock down versions and build into a bundle. In development, load modules directly from CDN for frictionless experimentation, switching into production on the same code with a single configuration change. 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Sort out the parts that are genuinely useful. Figure out the good parts now. 14:48 - Module proposal benefited from critical discussions from the community 16:00 - Tools for using ES6 features now 17:26 - Development community needs to get on top of things and teach how we use the features with emphasis on the compelling parts. 18:50 - Forrest no longer recommends Crockford’s Good Parts to new developers because half is scar tissue and dogma, instead Dave Herman’s Effective JavaScript which gives them a mental toolkit to determine their own style 20:55 - Don’t concentrate on what’s cool, but concentrate on what’s stable and effective. As an educator be conservative. 21:29 - Warnings from Java, Perl history 24:00 - Typescript and Coffeescript bring things to the table but they could fragment the community 24:40 - ES timeline 26:30 - Features need enough examination to ensure they are finished 28:00 - Keeping some things in user land to see what community comes up with. 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