In 2010, Schmidt was employee No. 9 at Asana, where he worked on the Luna application platform. He is the proprietor of Monument, a 24-unit live work community for scientists and artists, currently being built in a converted warehouse in San Francisco. As a teenager, he won the overall prize at a world science fair, was invited to the Nobel prize ceremony, and attended MIT for almost four months.
ECMAScript 2015 is the best version we’ve ever had. It’s kind of interesting to ask the question of how does this scripting language, put together on a tight deadline at Netscape, attracts so many users. It comes down to something simple: It just got embedded in the Web.