in a blog post.
The company has also released an early preview
of the new programming language, as well as an online playground
for those interested to find more about it.
Basically, this is just another Microsoft attempt to bring developers closer to the company, as the Redmond-based technology giant continuously calls for developers to create their apps for Windows 8.
The new operating system plays a key role in Microsoft’s long-term strategy and also comprises the brand new Windows Store that allows developers to bring their very own apps at one-click distance from Windows users.
“At the same time, we’re planning for future major releases of our tools. Along with projects like “Roslyn”, TypeScript is one foray into making programming languages and tooling even more productive, and like "Roslyn", TypeScript is also an early preview, Somasegar concluded.