|Written by Mike James|
|Friday, 27 October 2023|
The timing of the virtual event depends where you are located:
The event comprises nine tracks:
Next in the running order is Stefan Baumgartner, author of The TypeScript Cookbook (O'Reilly, 2023). In his talk he poses the questions "How safe is TypeScript's type safety? How much can you trust your statically typed code? Can you even consider TypeScript's type system "strong"?, looks at situations where TypeScript fails badly and at the trade-offs and workarounds and solutions for the terrible Lies We Tell Ourselves Using TypeScript. Although I'm not a fan of TypeScript, this is a talk I want to hear.
In his talk TC39 - From the Proposal to ECMAScript - Step by Step Romulo Cintra tooks at how TC39 (the technical committee responsible for ECMAScript) works, how to participate and contribute, He will also provide a sneak peek and engage in a debate about some recent and interesting proposals in various stages of development.
The final talk, View Transitions: Fact vs. Fiction, is from Fred K. Schott, the co-creator of the Astro Framework which can be used to fast content sites, powerful web applications, dynamic server APIs, and everything in-between. He'll tell why Astro decided to make a big bet on the future with View Transitions in Astro 3.0, how the new API works and what it's capable of.
All of these talks seem tempting and if you can't spare enough time on the day to attend all of those that interest you it's good to know they'll be available on JetBrains YouTube. The advantage of attending the sessions live is that you can ask questions during the presentations which the speakers will try to answer.
If you register, by providing you name and email address, you can ask for a reminder at the beginning of the event or individual reminders for select sessions.
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