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JSJ 288: TypeScript with Amanda Silver

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Charles Max Wood

Special Guests:

Amanda Silver

In this episode, Charles is at Microsoft Connect 2017 in NYC. Charles speaks with Amanda Silver. Amanda is deemed the TypeScript and future of JavaScript guru, and this year's speakers at Microsoft Connect with Visual Studio Live Share. Amanda shares what is new with TypeScript and how that is a kind of subscript to JavaScript. Amanda explains the big picture of TypeScript’s inception and where she believes the language will be most efficient and effective for JavaScript and TypeScript developers.

In particular, we dive pretty deep on:


What is new in TypeScript?
Keep JavaScript and TypeScript aligned
TypeScript is implemented to create larger scaled applications
Integration with VS Code, etc.
Building better tools for JavaScript Developers
When would this be taken on by users
Defaults in Visual Studio
TypeScript replacing JavaScript type service
TypeScript is written in TypeScript
Chakra runtime
Diaspora
The different faces of JavaScript
Optimized JavaScript runtime
Languages should be created with tooling
A satisfying tooling experience
Foot Guns
New Tokens
Eco-systems and metadata
Multi-phase
Minimum common denominator constantly changing
Collaborating on the same code
Open Source and the impact
How to move to open source
Contributing
The next thing for TypeScript
The future of JavaScript
And much more!


Links:


@amandaksilver



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Amanda


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