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Bloomberg’s 6,000+ engineers are building the world's most trusted information network for financial professionals. We are strongly committed to JavaScript & TypeScript, with over 10,000 front-end apps and one of the largest JS/TS codebases in the world (tens of millions of lines).

Bloomberg engineers contribute to the JavaScript ecosystem, including projects like TypeScript, Node, and Babel. A recent highlight was Bloomberg engineers implementing Private Fields in TypeScript 3.8. Bloomberg co-chairs TC39, the ECMA Technical Committee that defines the JavaScript language, and has delegates contributing to major new language features such as Temporal (a replacement for Date) and Record & Tuple (immutable data-structures).

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