#### Overview lectures

#### Parsing

- Syntax: language agnostic parser generator
- RegExp Tree: a regular expressions processor
- MIPS Assembly parser

#### ECMA-262-3 in detail

- Chapter 1. Execution Contexts
- Chapter 2. Variable object
- Chapter 3. This
- Chapter 4. Scope chain
- Chapter 5. Functions
- Chapter 6. Closures
- Chapter 7.1. OOP: The general theory
- Chapter 7.2. OOP: ECMAScript implementation
- Chapter 8. Evaluation strategy

#### ECMA-262-5 in detail

- Chapter 1. Properties and Property Descriptors
- Chapter 2. Strict Mode
- Chapter 3.1. Lexical environments: Common Theory
- Chapter 3.2. Lexical environments: ECMAScript implementation

#### Notes

- Note 1. ECMAScript. Bound functions
- Note 2. ECMAScript. Equality operators
- Note 3. CoffeeScript. Scheme on Coffee
- Note 4. Two words about “hoisting”
- Note 5. ECMAScript: Unresolved references
- Note 6. ES6: Default values of parameters

#### “Essentials of interpretation” course

- Intro
- Checkpoint: part 1
- Lesson 1. The simplest arithmetic expressions (AE) evaluator
- Lesson 2. Parsing. Lexer of AE in math infix notation
- Lesson 3. Parsing. Parser of AE in math infix notation
- Lesson 4. Working with environments. Variables and built-in functions
- Lesson 5. Simple user-defined functions
- Lesson 6. Inner functions, lambdas and closures
- Lesson 7. Derived expressions (“Syntactic sugar”)