• Angular Course - 8 evening sessions in February

    Givatayim Mall

    You're invited to learn Angular! Professional Angular course, twice a week in the evening during February. In the course you will learn how to build Angular applications the right way (emphasizing best practices). Small group, hands-on with homework. Bonus: JetBrains license to every participant! More information (in Hebrew) here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1LoFyZ_BbmqbmjOjxfE60R9r8ybiGllbX3pf5NdtuH3Q/edit?usp=sharing Instructor: Shmuela Jacobs Days: Sundays and Wednesdays during February (8 sessions) Time: 18:30-22:00 Location: Givatayim Mall Price: 3000 ILS including VAT More details and registration: [masked] (Interested in other days/time? Please contact me!)

  • Angular for Beginners-Plus Workshop

    Oath Office (36th floor)

    Getting started with Angular? Angular Nights is here for you! This is the second of 2 Angular for beginners sessions. The first part is here: https://www.meetup.com/Angular-Nights/events/246679060/ In this hands-on workshop you will learn the basics of the most popular, cutting edge platform for (not only) web development. You will start working with Angular's building blocks and Angular-CLI to create a real application. We'll talk about best practices and useful resources. We'll continue where we left off in the previous session, and also use: - Built-in directives - HttpClient - Routing By the end of this session you will have the practical skills needed to launch your first Angular project and start diving deeper into Angular! In the end of the meetup will raffle two JetBrains (https://www.jetbrains.com/) Licenses! Please come prepared with a basic Angular app running, using Angular-CLI, as instructed here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1w1DUgMZpfoD_TV5VT3bhZJKBq45v84xYxRkwVZxPNuQ/edit?usp=sharing We aim for Angular beginners with basic knowledge in Angular (Angular-CLI project structure, component-based architecture). The workshop will be led by Shmuela Jacobs, Google Developer Expert for Angular, front-end instructor, consultant and developer. Big thanks to Oath (https://www.oath.com/) for hosting us! Oath, a subsidiary of Verizon, is a values-led company committed to building brands people love. We reach over one billion people around the world with a dynamic house of 50+ media and technology brands. A global leader in digital and mobile, Oath is shaping the future of media. Agenda: 18:00-18:30 - finding the place, mingling 18:30-20:30 - a lot of Angular! 20:30 - raffle and goodbyes

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  • Angular for Beginners Workshop

    Oath Office (36th floor)

    What is your new year's resolution? To learn Angular? Angular Nights is here for you! In this hands-on workshop you will learn how to get started with the most popular, cutting edge platform for (not only) web development. It will give you the jumpstart you need to start developing with Angular: the basics, the syntax, the state of mind. We'll talk about best practices and useful resources. This is the first of 2 Angular for beginners sessions. We will cover: - Angular apps structure and building blocks - Angular-CLI - what it creates and how the project is structured and built - Components, template syntax and the component tree - Services and basic dependency injection By the end of this session you will have the practical skills needed to launch your first Angular project! The second part will be the next week: https://www.meetup.com/Angular-Nights/events/246678828/ In the end of the meetup will raffle two JetBrains (https://www.jetbrains.com/) Licenses! Please come prepared with a basic Angular app running, using Angular-CLI, as instructed here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1w1DUgMZpfoD_TV5VT3bhZJKBq45v84xYxRkwVZxPNuQ/edit?usp=sharing We aim for Angular beginners. No prior knowledge of Angular is required, but you must know some JavaScript (or any other programming language). The workshop will be led by Shmuela Jacobs, Google Developer Expert for Angular, front-end instructor, consultant and developer. Big thanks to Oath (https://www.oath.com/) for hosting us! Oath, a subsidiary of Verizon, is a values-led company committed to building brands people love. We reach over one billion people around the world with a dynamic house of 50+ media and technology brands. A global leader in digital and mobile, Oath is shaping the future of media. Agenda: 18:00-18:30 - finding the place, mingling 18:30-20:45 - a lot of Angular! 20:45-21:00 - raffle and goodbyes

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  • Angular Components - Yeruham

    Cambium

    Angular Nights is coming to the south to catch some shooting stars! We're excited to come to Yeruham and bring some of the Angular magic :) Through this live-coding session we'll get to know the basics of Angular as well as some more advanced techniques. We'll go over: - Angular apps structure and building blocks - Angular-CLI - what it creates and how the project is structured and built - Components, template syntax and the component tree - Advanced components usage (host binding and listener, element ref...) In the end of the meetup will raffle two JetBrains (https://www.jetbrains.com/) Licenses! The workshop will be led by Shmuela Jacobs, Google Developer Expert for Angular, front-end instructor, consultant and developer. Big thanks to Cambium (http://www.cambium.co.il/) for hosting us with Pizza and beers! Cambium is a software development company from Yerucham, leading cutting edge technologies in large scale and flexibility in the internet, information and mobile technologies fields. The company provides a verity of services to Start-ups, Enterprises and technical entities. Agenda: 18:30-19:00 - finding the place, mingling 19:00-20:45 - live-coding session with a break sometime in the middle 20:45-21:00 - raffle and goodbyes

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  • Angular for Beginners-Plus Workshop

    Oath (AOL+YAhoo) Office (36th floor)

    Getting started with Angular? Angular Nights is here for you! In this hands-on workshop you will learn the basics of the most popular, cutting edge platform for (not only) web development. You will start working with Angular's building blocks and Angular-CLI to create a real application. We'll talk about best practices and useful resources. This is the second of 2 Angular for beginners sessions. We will cover: - Components, inputs and outputs - recap - Built-in directives - Services By the end of this session you will have the practical skills needed to launch your first Angular project and start diving deeper into Angular! In the end of the meetup will raffle JetBrains (https://www.jetbrains.com/) Licenses and a one month subscription to Pluralsight (https://www.pluralsight.com/)! Please come prepared with a basic Angular app running, using Angular-CLI, as instructed here: https://ng-girls.gitbooks.io/todo-list-tutorial/content/installations.html We aim for Angular beginners with basic knowledge in Angular (Angular-CLI project structure, component-based architecture). The workshop will be led by Shmuela Jacobs, trainer at thoughtram.io (http://thoughtram.io/), front-end developer, and consultant. Big thanks to Oath (https://www.oath.com/) for hosting us! Oath, a subsidiary of Verizon, is a values-led company committed to building brands people love. We reach over one billion people around the world with a dynamic house of 50+ media and technology brands. A global leader in digital and mobile, Oath is shaping the future of media. Agenda: 18:00-18:30 - finding the place, mingling 18:30-20:30 - a lot of Angular! 20:30 - raffle and goodbyes

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  • Angular for Beginners Workshop

    Oath (AOL+YAhoo) Office (36th floor)

    Want to learn Angular? Angular Nights is here for you! In this hands-on workshop you will learn how to get started with the most popular, cutting edge platform for (not only) web development. It will give you the jumpstart you need to start developing with Angular: the basics, the syntax, the state of mind. We'll talk about best practices and useful resources. This is the first of 2 Angular for beginners sessions. We will cover: - Angular apps structure and building blocks - Angular-CLI - what it creates and how the project is structured and built - Components and the component tree By the end of this session you will have the practical skills needed to launch your first Angular project! In the end of the meetup will raffle a JetBrains (https://www.jetbrains.com/) License and a one month subscription to Pluralsight (https://www.pluralsight.com/)! Please come prepared with a basic Angular app running, using Angular-CLI, as instructed here: https://ng-girls.gitbooks.io/todo-list-tutorial/content/installations.html We aim for Angular beginners. No prior knowledge of Angular is required, but you must know some JavaScript (or any other programming language). The workshop will be led by Shmuela Jacobs, trainer at thoughtram.io (http://thoughtram.io/), front-end developer, and consultant. Big thanks to Oath (https://www.oath.com/) for hosting us! Oath, a subsidiary of Verizon, is a values-led company committed to building brands people love. We reach over one billion people around the world with a dynamic house of 50+ media and technology brands. A global leader in digital and mobile, Oath is shaping the future of media. Agenda: 18:00-18:30 - finding the place, mingling 18:30-20:30 - a lot of Angular! 20:30 - raffle and goodbyes

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  • Angular Power Supplements: Async, PrimeNG & Chart.js

    Join us in Angular Nights special edition, where Revital Friedman will share her experience with PrimeNG and Chart.js in her Angular project, and Uri Shaked will teach you how to leverage the new Async features of ES2017 & ES2018! Philips will host us in Petach Tikva, with generous refreshments - variety of sandwiches, deserts and drinks! Thanks Meital Valenci for setting this up :-D We have 3 JetBrains licenses to raffle to the attendees! Agenda: 18:00 - 18:20 Gathering & Networking 18:30 - 18:45 Introductions - Shmuela & Ronen (head of R&D Genomics) 18:45 - 19:15 Revital Friedman: Using PrimeNG & Chart.js with Angular 19:15 - 19:30 Break 19:30 - 20:10 Uri Shaked: The next generation of Asynchronous Programming in JavaScript 20:10 - JetBrains raffle and goodbyes Using PrimeNG & Chart.js with Angular PrimeNG (https://www.primefaces.org/primeng) is a collection of rich UI components for Angular. Chart.js (http://www.chartjs.org/) is a simple yet flexible JavaScript charting library, built on HTML Canvas. Revital will show how to integrate and use these libraries in your Angular project, and share useful tips, based on real-world experience from Taptica's lead project. Revital Friedman is a passionate Full-stack developer, currently working at Taptica which uses Angular as the main platform for it products. She has served in the army as a software developer in unit 8200. The next generation of Asynchronous Programming in JavaScript JavaScript is highly asynchronous by nature, and writing asynchronous code is hard. True, we have tools such as Promises and Observables that make it a little sweeter, but even then - the code gets complicated pretty quickly and debugging can be a pain. Fortunately, there are two new features coming to the language which will make async programming great again! In this talk, we will explore async/await functions, introduced in ES2017, as well as async iteration, which will probably be included in ES2018. Let's have some fun with the bleeding edge of JavaScript! Uri Shaked is a Senior Software Engineer at Blackberry and a Google Developer Expert for Web Technologies. He created the popular angular-moment open source module and regularly speaks about Web and IoT-related technologies in conferences and meetups. Among his interests are reverse engineering, hardware hacking, building 3d-printed robots and games, playing music and Salsa dancing. About Philips At Philips, we aim to help people stay healthy, live well and enjoy life. We do this by delivering innovations that make a real difference to people’s lives. At work, at home and in hospital. At our offices in Haifa and Petach-Tikva, we are making an impact together to create a new ground with innovations that meet genuine needs: · Powerful software that enables any PC to process medical images · A cloud-based platform that uses data from multiple devices and sources to enable more personalized healthcare · Informatics system for personalized cancer treatment based on next generation DNA sequencing. · The world’s most advanced CT scanners used in over 100 countries Philips invites you to review the variety of challenging job opportunities for talented SW Engineers for both Haifa and Petach Tikva sites. For more information: http://www.philips.com/a-w/careers/healthtech.html Take a look at a short video Philips produced - Philips' developers code to care (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GiEfVgKJKgE)

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  • Angular Beginners Workshop

    Industrial Engineering Faculty, Technion

    Angular Nights comes to Haifa! This meetup is all about Angular: The basics, the syntax, the state of mind. In this hands-on workshop you will learn how to get started with the most popular, cutting edge platform for (not only) web development. In the end of the meetup will raffle a JetBrains (https://www.jetbrains.com/) License and a one month subscription to Pluralsight (https://www.pluralsight.com/)! Please come prepared with a basic Angular app running, using Angular-CLI, as instructed here: https://ng-girls.gitbooks.io/todo-list-tutorial/content/installations.html We aim for Angular beginners. No prior knowledge of Angular is required, but you must know some JavaScript (or any other programming language). By the end of this session you will have the practical skills needed to launch your first Angular project! The lecture will be given by Shmuela Jacobs, front-end developer, consultant and trainer. Huge thanks to the Faculty of Industrial Engineering (https://web.iem.technion.ac.il) and the Enterprise Systems Modeling Laboratory (ESML) (http://esml.iem.technion.ac.il/) for hosting us! Agenda: 18:00-18:30 - finding the place, mingling 18:30-20:30 - a lot of Angular! 20:30 - raffle and goodbyes

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  • What's new in AngularJS and D3

    ServiceNow

    I'm happy to invite you to the meetup held in collaboration with ngGirls! https://www.meetup.com/ngGirls/events/238908004/ Note: The event is open for both ngGirls and ngBoys - You're all invited :) We're having two lectures: Marina Osherov (https://www.linkedin.com/in/marina-osherov-tzerluk-9b816ba/) will show you tell you about D3.js and how to use it in your AngularJS app. Marina had been working at HPE as a full stack engineer and Team Leader for 7 years. Today she is leading a full stack team in ServiceNow. Then, Shmuela Jacobs (yours truly) will talk about what's new in AngularJS 1.6 vs 1.4. Then, we will raffle... JetBrains Licenses! ServiceNow will host us at their wonderful space and with splendid snacks and drinks. Agenda (tentative :) ): 18:00 - Finding the place, mingling, noshing 18:30 - Greetings 18:45 - D3 with AngularJS - Marina Osherov 19:30 - What's new in AngularJS 1.6 - Shmuela Jacobs 20:00 - Raffle ServiceNow (http://www.servicenow.com/), The Enterprise IT Cloud Company, is the industry-leading cloud platform provider for building enterprise applications. We are redefining markets and changing the perception of enterprise software. Our cloud platform allows enterprise IT to bring together business strategy, application design and operations in a powerfully simple solution. To sustain our explosive growth, we are looking for drivers—people who thrive on responsibility and live for the next big challenge. We seek to employ the brightest and most forward-thinking talent on the planet; we're looking for professionals who aren't content with the status quo—people who are more interested in how things could become. We are looking for top-notch developers who are experts in Java, Angular and Javascript.. And one last thing: ServiceNow Employees Are Awesome :) see here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=piXrxzj1UVA Check out the ServiceNow Community! (https://community.servicenow.com/welcome) See you soon! :-D

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  • Angular Nights Kickoff Party!

    AOL's Office (36th floor)

    We're excited to kick off the Angular Nights meetup with a special event! We'll introduce the new meetup group and continue with two practical lectures about Angular and its ecosystem: From MVC to Component Based Architecture by Barak Drechsler (https://www.linkedin.com/in/barak-drechsler/) and Angular is on Fire(base) by Shmuela. AOL is hosting us with its great hospitality, awesome space, and pizza and beers especially for us! Also... someone (or maybe some two) lucky will get a ticket to Codemotion TLV (http://telaviv2017.codemotionworld.com/)! Can't come to the meetup? Don't feel lucky? Get a 30% discount with the code joinme30 :-) Agenda: 18:30 - Mingling and partying 19:00 - Introducing Angular Nights 19:20 - From MVC to Component Based Architecture - Barak Drechsler 19:50 - Break, Pizza, Beer, Mingle, Party 20:10 - Angular is on Fire(base) - Shmuela Jacobs 20:40 - 21:00 - Q&A, Party, Pizza From MVC to Component Based Architecture - Barak Drechsler CBA is the hottest buzz on the Front-End world. Not long ago it was the era of MVC. Why has the web shifted from MVC and what is CBA anyways? This talk will be mostly about concepts, but we will take Angular framework as a case study, and see it transition from MVW framework towards component based framework. Barak Drechsler is a JS zealot, Front End Software engineer at AOL and enthusiast about the web since six-grade when he created his first website. Twitter (https://twitter.com/BarakDrechsler) | Linkedin (https://www.linkedin.com/in/barak-drechsler/) Angular is on Fire(base) - Shmuela Jacobs Firebase is a great platform that gives us a whole solution for the backend - DB, users management, notifications and a lot more. It scales and provides analytics without us having to do anything. With the newest features announced just a few days ago, it is a perfect solution for us, front-end developers, to create a fully functional application, and concentrate on developing a marvelous front-end. I'll show you how to easily integrate Firebase with Angular, and how to leverage the new features: cloud functions and push notifications. Shmuela Jacobs is a Front-end developer, consultant & instructor mastering Angular by day. What is she by night? Come and find out :) Twitter (https://twitter.com/ShmuelaJ) | Linkedin (https://www.linkedin.com/in/shmuelaj) About AOL How do you turn your ideas into products that millions of users use everyday around the world? At Aol Israel, working @ SCALE is what we do best. Our teams - Aol On, Relegence and Convertro - power Techcrunch, Huffingtonpost, Engadget, Style Me Pretty, and many more, which means supporting 500 million+ monthly visits, 2 billion+ videos per month and collecting 1 million events/sec that add 100 terabytes+ of new raw data daily to our backend systems. (And... our numbers have doubled since last year!) Working @ SCALE is mightily fun and mightily challenging, forcing us to be creative in different ways and efficient at a greater order of magnitude. http://www.aol.co.il (http://www.aol.co.il/)

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