Why You Should Learn TypeScript

Why You Should Learn TypeScript

This time on the Eat Sleep Code podcast, we learn why it's important for developers to learn TypeScript.

This time on the Eat Sleep Code podcast, we learn why it's important for developers to learn TypeScript.

On this episode, David Pine (Microsoft MVP) shares his experience with TypeScript. David talks about why TypeScript is a valuable tool for improving your experience with applications that normally are written using JavaScript. We discuss how to compile TypeScript, what are its strengths and how to get started.


David Pine

David Pine is a Technical Evangelist, Microsoft MVP and Google Developer Expert working at Centare in Wisconsin. David loves knowledge sharing with the technical community and speaks internationally at meetups, user groups, and technical conferences. David is passionate about sharing his thoughts through writing as well and actively maintains a blog at davidpine.net. David's posts have been featured on ASP.NET, MSDN Web-Dev, MSDN .NET and Dot Net Curry. David loves contributing to open-source projects and stackoverflow.com as another means of giving back to the community. David sat on the technical board and served as one of the primary organizers of Cream City Code for going on four years. When David isn’t interacting with a keyboard, you can find him spending time with his wife and their three sons, Lyric, Londyn and Lennyx. Follow David on Twitter at @davidpine7.


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