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LIDNUG & Wintellect: TypeScript for Enterprise Development w/Jeremy Likness

Linked .Net Users Group

Thursday, May 22, 2014 from 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM (EDT)

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TypeScript for Enterprise Development with Jeremy Likness


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TypeScript is a superset of JavaScript. Designed to enable enterprise-scale application development, TypeScript compiles to pure JavaScript. It provides important features such as classes, modules, and interfaces. TypeScript helps improve the quality of code by generating well-known and widely accepted JavaScript patterns while providing powerful development-time type-checking and discovery. TypeScript runs side-by-side with existing JavaScript and supports the concept of type definition libraries that can describe existing libraries for use by TypeScript even if they are written in pure JavaScript.


In this talk, Jeremy Likness will explore the use of TypeScript in enterprise-scale applications. He’ll discuss not only the technological benefits of TypeScript but also explore the impact to the software development lifecycle overall. TypeScript enables a development workflow that helps scale development teams, improves quality and decreases ramp-up time. It also encourages a logical approach to software construction that results in more reusable and easily maintainable code.


Learn about typing, interfaces, generics, and class definitions in TypeScript. Jeremy will share how TypeScript’s function notation helps reduce confusion over what “this” is and how a few lines of simple code enable class inheritance. He’ll also cover why TypeScript private variables aren’t really private, the patterns TypeScript uses to deal with enumerations and how TypeScript compares to the upcoming ES6 specification for ECMAScript (the standardized JavaScript spec). He’ll also demonstrate how TypeScript integrates with existing toolsets like AngularJS. If you use JavaScript in any type of application, whether it is web-based or runs on Node.js, you don’t want to miss this deep dive into TypeScript.


This talk is primarily focused on existing web and JavaScript developers and assumes familiarity with application development with JavaScript.


About Jeremy Likness

Jeremy Likness is an enterprise software architect, developer, and technical project manager. He is also a prolific blogger, speaker, and writer. He is the author of the books Building Windows 8 Apps with C# and XAML and Designing Silverlight Business Applications; co-author of Real World C#, .NET, and Silverlight; and author/presenter for the video series Fundamentals of the Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF). He was named Silverlight MVP of the Year in 2010 and received his third MVP award in 2012.


Professionally, Jeremy serves as Principal Consultant for Wintellect backed by 20 years of experience developing enterprise applications. He has worked with software in multiple vertical industries including insurance, health and wellness, supply chain management, and mobility. His primary focus for the past decade has been building highly scalable Web-based solutions using the Microsoft technology stack.


Prior to Wintellect, Jeremy was director of information technology and served as development manager and architect for AirWatch, LLC, where he helped the company grow and solidify its position as one of the leading wireless technology solution providers in the United States by managing the development of their product portfolio, which includes public HotSpot solutions and a management console for enterprise grade wireless networks, mobile devices, and their consumers.

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