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Visual Studio Live! Redmond 2016: TypeScript for C# Developers

Not the easiest language to learn and understand, JavaScript is full of awesome features and some really bad ones. And being as flexible as it is, tooling has a hard time keeping up. That's where TypeScript comes in and tries to solve a lot of these problems, and make the code more structured, and less error prone. And it also offers tooling support in a way that JavaScript just can't. It's what this session, headed by Chris Klug at Novatrox, is all about.

Posted on 07/22/2016 at 12:43 PM


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