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Let’s Talk About TypeScript!

We are pleased to announce that on the 19th of October, Quique Fernández Guerra (@CKGrafico) will be giving a much-anticipated presentation about TypeScript at the Openbravo headquarters in Pamplona.

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. Its popularity has soared since it first appeared in 2012, resulting in more and more libraries and applications being developed with TypeScript. It has been rated as the third “Most Loved” programming language in the 2017 StackOverflow survey.

Quique will introduce us to the capabilities of the Typescript language, showing different examples and environments where TypeScript can help us be more productive and run a project that can be more easily maintained over time. He will also offer a simple introduction to the Javascript world.

With this talk, we hope to promote innovation in the Pamplona technical community and offer an open forum to discuss, evaluate and test the latests trends, allowing us to cultivate the best environment to lead and improve the projects we are involved in on a daily basis.

This Openbravo event is free and open to the public. The talk will take place at the Openbravo Headquarters in Pamplona on 19 October, 7-8 pm CEST. If you would like to go, please register HERE.

About the speaker:

Quique is a software developer at Plain Concepts and founder of a volunteer coding organization for NGOs, HelpDev. Plain Concepts is a Microsoft Gold Partner and was awarded Microsoft Partner of the Year 2016 in Spain. He uses JavaScript, TypeScript, .NET, Node, Cordova and SASS for Web and App development.

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