Monday, 13 November. Time to meet again!
5:30 pm Registration open
6:00 pm Welcome & Tech News
6:20 pm Filip Mamcarczyk, Getting The Most Out of Angular Router + Q&A
7:00 pm Short break
7:15 pm Andrzej Kopeć, Why I do not test private methods + Q&A
8-9:00 pm Networking
Filip Mamcarczyk, Frontend Developer at Codewise
"Getting The Most Out of Angular Router"
Once upon a time, in the land of Web Applications, little FormComponent led a happy and careless life of a teenage Angular component. Once he started growing up he faced many new challenges and opportunities and realized he can't go on with the basic skills he had. How will he separate data initialization and view logic? How will he receive more and more data without sacrificing his performance? How will he (re)solve many more problems with developing dynamic components? Luckily for him, the mysterious Angular Router comes up with some tools to help him...
Andrzej Kopeć, JS developer in SkyGate, mentor at Devmeetings and a frequent speaker
"Why I do not test private methods"
Every programmer asks himself whether to test private methods or not. And not for everyone the answer is obvious. I'm going to present several examples showing why testing private methods isn't the best idea and how this single aspect of testing influences written code and tests.
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1. Cancel your RSVP as soon as you know you won't make it.
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