Created by Joe Previte, Open Source Developer at Coder
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Wrote TypeScript
Fixed a bug
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Anyone around who knows how to introspect #JSDoc annotations at runtime (if possible at all)? Trying to find a nice way to verify a code generator's feature for #gRPC on #Typescript.


I found two packages that helped me doing that You can see the result here 😃 :
Taught TypeScript
Using Typescript
Our org is adopting Typescript and I contributed to the migration effort by merging changes to support Typescript in one of our major repos. 

Typescript support required configuration changes to our testing framework, bundler, CI, and linters. Since most of our team is new to Typescript, I also held a meeting to walk through a PR that converted a bunch of Javascript files and gave a basic rundown of Typescript development. 
Senior Software Engineer I, ActBlue
Wrote an article
Working on JavaScript and Typescript projects
Using Typescript
Developed NodeJS Based CLI
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Do you know what a Javascript decorator is? If not, then this article is for you. If you do however, this article is also for you because it will give you a real-life example of what you can do with them

Lead Engineer, Cloudsoft
Wrote an article
Used Next.js
Used node.js
Used React.js
Using Typescript
Web Development
social authentication
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Hi everyone, I wrote an article about my library to handle Private Routes and RBAC in Next.js apps, hope this is useful for you.
See the post here.
Studied React
Learnt React
Coded a website
Learned Styled Components In React
Using Typescript
Started learning TypeScript
Learnt Typescript
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I have dedicated last september to learn ReactJS with one of the biggest references in web development scenario in Brazil, well known for his habillity to teach, Fernando Daciuk has not let us down. 
During this bootcamp we have used Typescript, Styled Components, React and JSX.
Sep 07, 2021
Wrote a Blog Post
Wrote TypeScript

TypeScript: Custom Type Guards

Wrote a blog post on using custom type guards in TypeScript to properly narrow down the types.