Building a Design System /w Angular & RxJS Testing 👩‍💻👨‍💻Drinks/Food 🌮🥤

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Next Angular Berlin Meetup Incoming! <3

We're going to record all talks here:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWn-GjQ4tNVnuGWJRpmSL0p3yZRBY3rDJ

Drinks can be purchased at 2 EUR.
Thanks to our Food-Sponsors we'll have tasty food for free:
https://angular.de/
https://nrwl.io/

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Agenda
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18:30 Doors Open & Food & Drinks
19:00 Talk 1
19:30 Networking & Food & Drinks
19:50 Talk 2
20:20 Lighting Talks
20:40 Networking & Food & Drinks

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Talk 1 (30min)
RxJS unit testing - the whoel picture by Oleksandr Poshtaruk (https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexander-poshtaruk/)
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Angular and ngRx are hardly using RxJS lib under-the-hood, and for this code, we need to develop unit tests. Say you heard something about marbles or maybe about special TestScheduler from RxJS, and also there are jasmine-marbles, rxjs-marble testing lib - phew... “Isn’t it too much to just create some unit tests? I am overwhelmed!” Well, you are right, it is too much! But ... after this talk you will be an expert of RxJs unit-testing approaches) +bonus: Why angular unit-testing documentation is not so cutting-edge anymore;-) Interested? Then come and listen to the talk!

I am Oleksandr Poshtaruk, Senior front-end dev. Last 3.5+ years I’ve been working in commercial projects heavily using Angular framework and RxJS library. Writer for ‘Angular-in-Depth’ blog. National JS conference speaker. "Hands-on RxJS" and “RxJS unit testing” Udemy video-courses author.

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Talk 2 (30min)
Building a Design System with Angular by Jeremy Wilken(https://twitter.com/gnomeontherun)
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Design systems are a key component of a design centered enterprise, but they don't just happen. At VMware, we built and spread the open source Clarity Design System throughout the organization, starting from a grassroots movement that expanded into a fundamental piece of nearly all applications and products. It has changed the way we build and design products, increased the focus on design through the product development process, and even been adopted by other companies.

To make that possible, we’ve relied heavily upon Angular to bring it to life. In this talk I’ll share some of the lessons learned about how to get the most out of Angular as well as knowing when to compromise when it comes to designing a good developer and user experience.

Jeremy Wilken is a software engineer and Google Developer Expert for Angular and the Google Assistant. He runs the Design for Voice podcast, is the author of Angular in Action and Ionic in Action, as well as a regular speaker at events around the world. Jeremy lives in Austin, Texas, with his wife and daughters.

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Lightning Talks (5-10min)
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- How can you help Angular community - Santosh Yadav (https://twitter.com/Santosh19742211)

I have been involved with contributing to Angular ecosystem from last one year,and created Ng deploy for Netlify, will share my experience how you can be part of Angular ecosystem and help it grow.

Santosh has more than 11 years it experience and works for Deutsche Bank. He is an active open source contributor for Angular and NgRx and creator or Ng deploy for Netlify.

- ngx-semantic-version: enhance your git and release workflow - Danny Koppenhagen(https://twitter.com/d_koppenhagen)

Danny Koppenhagen is a frontend developer at DB Systel GmbH. He is one of the authors of the German "Angular" book. His team 'dx.house' focuses on UX-design, -concept and -research as well es frontend development. For the development he is mainly using Angular, Node.js and TypeScript.

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Location
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co.up is located closest to the Kottbusser Tor U-bahn station (U8 & U1).
Please note that there are two entrances to the Hof where co.up is located. If one gate is closed, the other should be open.
If you're attending for the first time, check out the map below.