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Deno creators Ryan Dahl and Bert Belder, both of whom were involved in the development of Node.js, announced the formation of the company on March 29. They stated they had raised $4.9 million in seed capital, which would be sufficient to pay for a team of full-time engineers dedicated to improving Deno.
Dahl and Belder said that, although they want to use Demo for commercial reasons, Deno would continue to be distributed under the MIT licence. They also stated that, in order for Deno to be as useful as possible, it must remain permissively open source. “Our company will build on the open source project rather than attempting to commercialise it immediately,” the Deno creators said.
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