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@elkcityhazard:matrix.orgelkcityhazard40k a year to be a jest qa tester full time? seems low? What does a full time tester make these day? 22:42:25
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40k a year to be a jest qa tester full time? seems low? What does a full time tester make these day?
My guess would be 60k-70k. Time to do a search.
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@nigre-dique:matrix.orgnigre-dique https://www.glassdoor.com/Salaries/qa-tester-salary-SRCH_KO0,9.htm 04:07:51
@nigre-dique:matrix.orgnigre-dique miran: At least I haven't used those 2 before. So it was someone getting a hold of a password? 04:13:00
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@darkon:matrix.orgmoritzHi, are there any drawbacks using TypeScript in Node.js instead of JS?12:41:29
@joepie91:pixie.townjoepie91 πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ moritz: that's a somewhat controversial question, but IMO, yes: TS basically bolts a rather crappy type system onto JS, a language which wasn't designed for that at all. the end result is that the type system isn't very good, but it gets in the way enough 12:54:01
@joepie91:pixie.townjoepie91 πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ * moritz: that's a somewhat controversial question, but IMO, yes: TS basically bolts a rather crappy type system onto JS, a language which wasn't designed for that at all. the end result is that the type system isn't very good, but it gets in the way enough that creating abstractions becomes difficult 12:54:11
@joepie91:pixie.townjoepie91 πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆand 'creating abstractions' is a crucial part of writing maintainable JS12:54:23
@joepie91:pixie.townjoepie91 πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆTS mainly tries to appeal to people who want a language that looks more like C# or another 'common' statically-typed language that they're used to - from a technical perspective, it doesn't make much sense12:55:19
@joepie91:pixie.townjoepie91 πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ so I'd recommend either using JS as-is and learning how to use its abstraction capabilities to write reliable and maintainable code, or if you really want static typing, to use a language that was actually designed for it from the start 12:55:52
@joepie91:pixie.townjoepie91 πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ * TS mainly tries to appeal to people who are required to use JS, but want a language that looks more like C# or another 'common' statically-typed language that they're used to - from a technical perspective, it doesn't make much sense12:57:37

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