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Episode Summary: Preset: Visualizing Big Data with Srini Kadamati

“All jobs are now becoming data jobs,” notes Srini Kadamati, senior data scientist and developer advocate at Preset. The unofficial motto of the company, he explains, is that every

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

WebAssembly Migration with Nicolo Davis

WebAssembly allows for the execution of languages other than JavaScript in a browser-based environment. But WebAssembly is still not widely used outside of a few particular niches such

TypeScript at Slack with Felix Rieseberg

Slack is an application for team communication. Users chat across mobile devices, web browsers, and a desktop application, which means Slack has three places to deploy on rather than

Transpiler Tradeoffs: TypeScript, CoffeeScript, ES6

ES6 JavaScript will give you most of what TypeScript and CoffeeScript give you, without all the transpiling. *  originally posted on Quora by Quincy Larson * ES6 will soon be standard