That guy you probably know because you heard something about TypeScript.
Microsoft MVP for TypeScript, Cypress Ambassador, open sorcerer, book author, youtuber, eggheader, developer empathiser.
Twitter/basarat is the quickest way to get in touch.
You can find more about my professional leadership experience up on LinkedIn/in/basarat
I create Software Development content on YouTube.
I am also well known as a TypeScript instructor on Egghead.io, with plenty of lessons and courses.
Also a top rated course TypeScript for Professionals on Udemy 🤗
Published by Apress and available on amazon. A year worth of effort went into this, but was totally worth it because of the positive response 🌹
TypeScript Deep Dive
Due to my extensive work with the TypeScript community there were thoughts that I wanted to share on the subject. I collated them in an open source book called TypeScript Deep Dive. Its the number one google result for TypeScript book.
I’ve also reviewed – other TypeScript books and would be happy to review a chapter if you want me to.
I try to help out whenever I can
Top contributor for TypeScript.
Developer workflows and maintainable code architectures excite me.
Atom-TypeScript : Downloaded more than 1.2 million times by developers around the world, this is the defacto TypeScript package for the Atom Editor.
alm.tools : A toolset I designed specifically to meet my personal high quality language tool requirements.
CSS in JS done with a focus on leveraging TypeScript to provide type safety. Has awesome reviews
Too many to list here. Here are some more highlights:
You can find the complete list here. A few key ones I’d like to highlight
- TypeStrong : To help bridge any TypeScript tooling gaps.
Multiple works of mine have received great reviews. Here are a few examples:
I’ve presented many times. Here are a few that I could dig up quickly in no particular order:
Variously random – talks – even remotely.
Here are few podcasts I’ve been a part of:
Would be happy to do a talk if you want me to. Otherwise I’m mostly busy creating or helping others with OSS projects.