8 au 10 mars 2017
Montréal, Canada

TypeScript for JavaScript Developers

JavaScript is a flexible and powerful language. The problem, though, is this power comes at a cost. Writing clean JavaScript can be a challenge, debugging simple problems can be a nightmare, and even the smallest app’s code can quickly turn to spaghetti. TypeScript allows JavaScript developers to take advantage of OOP functionality offered in languages like Java and C#, and build upon the skills they already have, to create elegant code.

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Christopher Harrison


Christopher Harrison is a self proclaimed geek who has managed to turn what he loves doing into a career. At present, he's a software development engineer at Microsoft. He's created content published to edX.org and Microsoft Virtual Academy, covering the full web stack, ASP.NET and OSS.

Christopher got his first exposure to computers when his father brought home a Vic-20. After graduating on to a Commodore 64, and eventually PCs, he realized there was a career to be had "playing" with tech.

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