Deno and TypeScript with Elio Rivero

Deno is a runtime for JavaScript applications. Deno is written in Rust, which changes the security properties of it. Parts of Deno are also written in TypeScript, which are causing problems in the compilation and organization of Deno. Elio Rivero is an engineer who has studied Deno and TypeScript, and he joins the show to talk about the newer JavaScript runtime and the issues caused by TypeScript.

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