TypeScript Vs. ES6

Feb 1, 2016 · Zürich, Switzerland

TypeScript is a free open source programming language that was developed on top of JavaScript. The code we write in TypeScript is transpiled into JavaScript. TypeScript's main added value includes its optional static typing and its class-based object-oriented capabilities. TypeScript can be used both on the server side and on the client. During the past two years TypeScript popularity has significantly grown and it has become the most popular programming language when it comes to software development using the Angular 2 framework. During this session we will overview the differences between writing code in TypeScript and writing code in ECMAScript 2015 (AKA 'ES6') and overview the capabilities TypeScript provides us on top of ES6.  


19:00 - Doors open and Networking  
19:15 - TypeScript Vs ES6 by Heim Michael
21:00 - The End

Haim Michael (Israel) has more than 18 years of experience in software development, training & consulting. During the years, Haim has taught both academic and professional courses on C\C++, Java, Java EE, PHP, Scala, Android, HTML5, .NET, JavaScript and UML. During the years[masked] Haim has focused on running Zindell Technologies, through which he has developed more than 200 titles for mobile telephones, both games and applications, and published them worldwide. As of 2007, Haim focuses on developing free online software development courses (http://abelski.lifemichael.com). Haim is a PHP Zend Certified Engineer, OMG Certified UML Professional, Certified Java Professional and a Certified Java EE Web Components Developer. In addition, Haim Michael holds MBA (cumlaude) from Tel-Aviv University.

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