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TypeScript: Making JavaScript Tolerable

JavaScript has changed the world as we know it. It's applications are growing both in popularity and size. It is time that we give this language the respect it deserves. By leveraging TypeScript's type-system, your large JavaScript application code will be developed faster with fewer type-related bugs and allow for easier refactoring.

TypeScript is a superset of JavaScript that scales. Allow me to show you why I believe TypeScript makes JavaScript tolerable. Discover how TypeScript is backwards compatible to ES3, yet lets developers use the latest in the ECMAScript standards today. Become the most productive JavaScript developer you can by relying on TypeScript.

Speaker

David Pine

David Pine

Technical Evangelist (Microsoft MVP & Google Developer Expert), Centare

What's new in C#

The C# language team has been making some awesome improvements. In March 2017, we were given C# 7. This major release brought some powerful features such as: pattern-matching, tuple literals/deconstruction, and local functions to name a few. Since then the team introduced the notion of point releases. Expect to learn about all the features of C# 7, as well as the C# 7.1 and 7.2 point releases. Additionally, we'll take a look at the plan for C# 8.

Speaker

David Pine

David Pine

Technical Evangelist (Microsoft MVP & Google Developer Expert), Centare