Last year, I gave a talk at EverywhereJS called "JS in the front, REST in the back" about our frontend-heavy architecture and the advantages of it. I thought that the title had a nice rhyme to it and that it almost seemed like to start of a rap, and I always like an excuse to sing and dance in my talks, so I started an EtherPad with one stanza in it, and asked Twitter to take it from there.
I discovered that my Twitter followers are all rhymers at heart, and they should probably all just give up coding and spend their time penning mad rhymes. But, actually, they're also JS ninjas: their rhymes mentioned the most obscure of JS features and the new ES6 hotness. Since the etherpad gets "vandalized" a lot, I've decided to snippet it here for posterity. If any of you actually record yourself rapping this whole thing (or country singing it, that's cool too), please let me know. It would make my day/life.
Update: I dared Adam Sontag to deliver the rap as the closing for BackboneConf, and he got through a whole 40% of it. Check out the video here. Best conference closing ever.