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Why Companies Choose YouDigital

Top Tech Talent

We specialize in connecting top tech talent with businesses in need of their expertise. YouDigital have a vast network of highly skilled professionals who are experts in their respective fields, ranging from software development to data analysis, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, and more. We understand the fast-paced and ever-changing nature of the tech industry, and we keep up with the latest trends and technologies to ensure that we can provide our clients with the best talent available.

Zero Risk

We understand that hiring top tech talent is critical for any business, and we want to make the process as risk-free as possible for our clients. To show our commitment to our clients, we offer a 2-week money-back guarantee. This means that if a client is not satisfied with the developer they hire through us, they can get a full refund within the first two weeks of the developer's assignment. We are confident in the quality of the tech talent we provide, and we believe that our rigorous screening process ensures that our clients get the right fit for their specific needs.

Developer Retention

It isn't just about finding the right skilled developer, but also about keeping that talent in-house for the long-term to help drive business success. Once we place a developer with a client, we provide ongoing support to ensure that they remain happy and engaged in their role. This includes regular check ins with both the developer and the client to ensure that everything is running smoothly and that any issues are addressed in a timely and effective manner.

Why are YouDigital Developers the best?


We hire people with 3+ years of experience in the IT field. It’s important to have strong technical foundations and a problem solving mindset.

In addition to technical knowledge, we also value strong business understanding in our candidates. This means that we look for developers who can think beyond just the code and understand the broader context in which they are working. They should be able to understand how their work fits into the larger goals of the organization and be able to communicate effectively with stakeholders, such as project managers, product owners, and executives.

Quality Mindset

We look for candidates who prioritize producing high-quality work. Quality is a fundamental aspect of software development, and it's essential to have developers who take it seriously.

A developer with a quality mindset will take the time to understand the requirements of the project, and will work to ensure that their code not only meets those requirements but also addresses any potential issues that may arise in the future. They should have an eye for detail and be able to identify potential problems in their code before they become major issues.

Fluent in English and Proactive

Being fluent in English is important because it is the language of business and communication in many industries, including software development. It is essential that our developers are able to communicate effectively with clients, stakeholders, and other members of the team.

A proactive developer takes responsibility for their work and is committed to meeting project deadlines and goals. They should be able to work independently when required, but also be willing to ask for help and collaborate with other team members when necessary.

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TypeScript Use Cases

  • Large-scale projects:

    TypeScript's type system can help catch errors early in the development process, making it well-suited for large and complex projects.

  • JavaScript libraries and frameworks:

    TypeScript can be used to develop libraries and frameworks that are consumed by other JavaScript programs.

  • Tools that operate on or transpile to JavaScript:

    TypeScript's type information can be used to generate JavaScript that is safer or more optimized.

  • Teams with many developers:

    TypeScript's optional type annotations make it easier for developers to understand and reason about code written by others.

  • Java or C# developers:

    TypeScript's syntax and features are similar to those of Java and C#, making it an easy transition for developers familiar with those languages.

Top Skills to Look For in a TypeScript Developer

  • Strong understanding of JavaScript:

    TypeScript is a superset of JavaScript, so a strong understanding of JavaScript is crucial for working with TypeScript.

  • Familiarity with type annotations and type inference:

    TypeScript's type system is one of its key features, so a developer should be familiar with how to use type annotations and how the type system infers types.

  • Experience with object-oriented programming:

    TypeScript adds class-based object-oriented programming to JavaScript, so experience with concepts such as classes, interfaces, and inheritance is important.

  • Knowledge of ECMAScript standards:

    Understanding of ECMAScript standards such as ES6 and ES7 is useful, as TypeScript is built on top of these standards.

  • Familiarity with React, Angular or Vue:

    Many developers use TypeScript on frontend library such as React, Angular and Vue, so experience with those library can be an advantage

  • Experience with tooling and build process:

    Familiarity with tools such as Webpack and npm scripts, can be useful for integrating TypeScript into a development workflow.

  • Strong debugging skills:

    A developer should be able to troubleshoot and debug TypeScript code effectively.

  • Familiarity with testing frameworks and libraries:

    Experience with frameworks such as Jest, Mocha, or Jasmine can be useful for testing TypeScript code.

  • Ability to work with legacy codebase:

    Experience with migrating to TypeScript from javascript, or ability to work on legacy codebase that contains non-typed javascript is a good skill.

  • Continues learning mindset:

    TypeScript is an evolving language and the ecosystem is constantly updating, a developer who is willing to continuously learning new features, best practices and tools will be an advantage.

Top Interview Questions to Hire TypeScript Developers

Can you explain the difference between let, var, and const in TypeScript?

How do you declare and use a type in TypeScript?

How do you use interfaces in TypeScript? Can you give an example of a scenario where you would use an interface?

How do you implement class inheritance and polymorphism in TypeScript?

How do you use decorators in TypeScript?

How do you handle optional parameters and fields in a function or class?

What is the difference between a type and an interface in TypeScript?

Can you explain what "type erasure" is and its implications in TypeScript?

How do you handle errors and exceptions in TypeScript?

Can you walk us through your experience with React/Angular/Vue and TypeScript? How did you integrate TypeScript into your workflow?

How do you optimize the performance of a large-scale TypeScript codebase?

Can you explain the concept of declaration merging in TypeScript?

How do you handle legacy Javascript code and migration it to TypeScript?