Advanced TypeScript types – DRY your code with Basarat Ali & Matt Wicks

Here in the NDC Sydney Studio with Basarat Ali and Matt Wicks. Talking about typescript types and removing duplication in your code.

TypeScript is a free and open-source programming language developed and maintained by Microsoft. It is a strict syntactical superset of JavaScript and adds optional static typing to the language. It is designed for the development of large applications and transpiles to JavaScript programs.


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Intro
00:29 Why Typescript?
02:18 Demo
09:36 Typescript Magic

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Basarat Ali – https://www.youtube.com/@basarat | https://twitter.com/basarat
Engineering Team Lead

Basarat has held many high-level roles like Enterprise Practice Lead, Frontend Architect and Principal Engineer. His community contributions have been acknowledged by various organisations like Microsoft (awarded most valuable professional multiple times), Cypress.io (a technical ambassador) and TechSmith (Camtasia and Snagit influencer).

He has also authored various books like Beginning NodeJS by Apress and TypeScript Deep Dive.
He is a prolific open source contributor with various projects of his hitting 10K+ stars on GitHub.
Basarat also enjoys helping other developers and has over 200K reputation on StackOverflow and is the top contributor for things like TypeScript.

Matt Wicks – https://ssw.com.au/people/matt-wicks

SSW Solution Architect Matt is an SSW Solution Architect, Certified Scrum Master and one of four Microsoft certified DevOps fast track partner consultants in Australia. He has been developing solutions using the full Microsoft stack since .NET 2 was in beta. Matt has had experience with companies ranging from small businesses to large ASX listed companies in the finance, engineering and HR sectors, helping them with:

Build and Release Pipelines (upgrading from XCopy deploy processes to full CI/CD automation on GitHub or Azure DevOps)
Document automation
Process automation
Dynamics 365
CRM B2B integrations (integrating with Banks and Multinational Petrol companies)
ALM setup and management (using Microsoft and Atlassian stacks)
PABX systems

Matt loves DevOps, DevOps, and DevOps. He loves deploying code with GitHub Actions, Azure DevOps Build Pipelines, Octopus and definitely not with a right click. Matt likes clean architecture, using the right tool for the job, seeing developers push changes to production with confidence, automated tests, building solutions on Azure, and now he never has to reminisce about Web Forms.

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About the speakers

About the speakers

Basarat Ali Syed

Basarat has held many high-level roles like Enterprise Practice Lead, Frontend Architect and Principal Engineer.
His community contributions have been acknowledged by various organisations like Microsoft (awarded most valuable professional multiple times), Cypress.io (a technical ambassador) and TechSmith (Camtasia and Snagit influencer).
He has also authored various books like Beginning NodeJS by Apress and TypeScript Deep Dive.
He is a prolific open source contributor with various projects of his hitting 10K+ stars on GitHub.
Basarat also enjoys helping other developers and has over 200K reputation on StackOverflow and is the top contributor for things like TypeScript.

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