1. This Is Your First Programming Language
Remember kids, knowledge is power!
1. You Know An Object-Oriented Programming Language
Since TypeScript follows an OOP paradigm, the jump from an OOP language you already know to TypeScript could allow you to pick up the language faster. This is especially useful if you are learning TypeScript simply because your company is using it at the time and you need to understand how to code with it.
However, if you come from an object-oriented programming background, it might make sense to learn TypeScript first. It is also justifiable to just learn TypeScript if you are just learning for fun or to have a basic understanding of your company codebase and not someone looking to start a professional career with TypeScript.
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