Past Meetup

Angular Dragons #4

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Hello, Friends 🐲🐲

After a short summer break, we are back in business to meet on September 18th. We'll stick to the well-known format which is great people, networking, talks, beer, and food.

Call for speakers is open! If you feel like you can share your thoughts and experience, contact us at [masked] or via meetup. Related topics such as NativeScript, Ionic or Electron are welcome too. If you don't have stage experience - don't worry! There always is the first time, and we can help you prepare to make it smooth :)


• 17:30 Registration

• 18:00 Welcome & Industry news

• 18:15 Kamil Kisiela - Just GraphQL

'It’s not going to be a regular presentation, with boring slides and funny gifs, there’s no point of talking about the same thing over and over again. Google is full of same slides but in different colors.
I want to focus on your understanding of GraphQL and how you might actually use it. Because my team and I work a lot in the open-source space, in over past 2 years mostly around GraphQL, I would like to demonstrate and talk about tools that we and the community have created and a little about the future.
I would be happy to have an interesting talk with you guys!
See you there!'

18:50 - Krzysztof Mikuta - Frontend Micro Applications - Real Life Case.

'It’s not another talk about frontend micro-services, micro-frontends or whatever you call it. Everybody understands these concepts differently depending on a project. You won’t learn how to build super-perfect micro apps here. It’s a real case study - from large application written with YUI framework to smaller 6 different apps (now mostly Angular) talking to each other. Our thoughts, problems we face, and plans for the future.'

19:05 - short break 🍻
19:10 - Maciek Przybylski - Writing Marble Tests

'Do you love writing tests? Do you sometimes don’t know how to write your test, especially asynchronous tests? Do you sometimes have a feeling that your test could be written better, more descriptive way? If you answer “Yes” at least once this talk is for you.
We, as JavaScript developers love libraries, some of those libraries help some some. During my talk I’m going to introduce to you Marble diagrams and show you how to use them in your advantage during writing asynchronous tests.
There is going to be a quiz (with prizes) during the talk.'

The event will be hosted and sponsored by Codewise. Thank you for continuous support <3