Developers of Deno, the TypeScript/JavaScript runtime positioned as an alternative to Node.js, have joined the standards body overseeing development of the JavaScript standard.

In a December 13 blog post on the Deno company website, engineer Luca Casonato noted the company is now a member of ECMA International, the organization overseeing ECMA-262, the ECMAScript standard that underlies JavaScript. Deno will be participating with other ECMA members and the wider JS community on the next iterations of JavaScript via the TC39 working group.

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