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My Interview on the Origins of NoFlo

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My Interview on the Origins of NoFlo

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Here is a video interview of me talking about the origins of NoFlo, the flow-based programming environment for JavaScript:

You've seen short pieces from this in the NoFlo Kickstarter video, but most of the material is new. This was shot when NoFlo turned two, and so I'm obviously spending some time talking about where things came from.

The video should work well to support the hacker's perspective of our funding campaign. Please support us and spread the word!

It is pretty amazing to think that since my last post on Friday, we've almost doubled the amount of contributions. Thanks to all the nearly 500 backers who have already helped us to change the world of programming!


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