TypeScript, we need to talk. You've always been good to me, and I still love you. But there are things about you I just donʼt understand. I know, I cannot expect you to change for me. But maybe there is still hope for us.
If you have ever felt that way, you're not alone. Think of this meetup as a group therapy session for everyone who feels like breaking up with the language we all once loved.
Which one should we use? Won't it slow me down?
How do I configure ESLint for TypeScript?
What the heck is Wotan?
Why are these rules so annoying?
How do I create a linter config package for my team?
There are so many questions and even more opinions.
Let's argue about them loudly while drinking beer.
18:35 Piotr Monwid-Olechnowicz: Linter Overload (30 min)
19:10 Karol Majewski: WTF TypeScript (30 min)
19:40 Networking and empanadas 🍻🥟
🧔🏻 Piotr Monwid-Olechnowicz
Laptop hobo. Honest programming enthusiast. Software Gardener at Chop-Chop. Probably addicted to coffee and static typing.
👶 Karol Majewski
UI engineer with a focus on typed functional programming, static analysis, and developer tools. Been working with TypeScript for almost 3 years and made all kinds of mistakes. Working for Unsplash.
You can expect beverages and delicious empanadas (including alcohol-free and vegan options).
Contact e-mail: [masked]