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I've been into web programming since 2009, mainly using Python for scripting cloud services. I also build webapps, mentor Thinkful students and do some tech writing.

I'm really into CoffeeScript at the moment, and do some open source stuff with it.


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comment I need some help with defining a shell syntax
Thanks. I've updated the question to make it clearer what I really need.
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comment I need some help with defining a shell syntax
I'm actually struggling to find examples though.
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comment I need some help with defining a shell syntax
I've edited the question to try and make things clearer. I'd like to know about features and syntax, but I'd be happy to just get some pointers on little known shells and interactive interpreter hacks and that kind of thing.
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comment Would Python be too slow for client-side use in Browsers?
@MichaelT: You wrote "there is no technical design issue with javascript that makes it inappropriate for being a client side language". You mean Python not JS??
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