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Welcome to another edition of the RedwoodJS newsletter! We'll get right to it: we're in the final countdown to v1.0.0. It'll arrive within a month. Stay tuned for launch week announcements—you won't want to miss anything. In the meantime, we've got another release candidate for you to try out and a lot of launch-week happenings we need help with.

After you're all caught up with the latest Redwood news, we want to know: do you like the format of the new newsletter? Head over to the forums and let us know what you think. And be sure to check out the new Heroes of Redwood section at the end!

Dominic Saadi, Alice Zhao

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Heroes of Redwood

I was born in London, UK but grew up in Bangladesh. Straddling between two different cultures never fazed me because I had parents who were always open-minded. My dad is a pilot. He opened my eyes to different ways of living and thinking.

I remember when I first heard his voice over the inflight announcements. He was eloquent with his words. He sounded intelligent and respectable, but always had a bit of humor mixed in.

He loved what he did. I’ve always admired that about him.

While Danny was looking for a framework to quickly scale his own project, Tape, he found Redwood. Tape.sh was born out of a need to communicate quickly and easily with his friend so that they could collaborate effectively. Today, it's a tool used by thousands of users, all built on Redwood. Talk about dogfooding!

At Redwood, Danny is a core maintainer who strives to "keep things simple". From bug bashing to implementing pre-rendering to co-spearheading directives, he’s excited for opportunities to simplify complexities and improve developer experience.

You can talk nerdy with him, especially about Typescript! @dannychoudhury