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Angular November Meetup
πŸ•’ 6:00 - Chill πŸ•’ 6:30 - Talks πŸ•’ 8:00 - Post event hangout β–Ά πŸ”ˆ Talk: Let's build our own Observable from nothing to a "simple" Observable Neal Lubin Walk through building our own simple implementation of Javascript Observables using nothing but the RxJS docs as a reference. β–Ά πŸ”ˆ Talk: Using GraphQL with Angular Lee Costello GraphQL provides a powerful new way to approach creating an API and handling your data. Luckily, it works great with Angular and there are already plenty of tools and resources to get started with using GraphQL in an Angular application. We will discuss the basics of what GraphQL is, and how to integrate it with Angular. Github: Betterin30days (https://github.com/betterin30days) β–Ά πŸ”ˆ Talk: Advanced Angular Component Patterns* Nir Kaufman Advanced Angular Component Patterns* During this talk we will explore practical patterns and techniques for building flexible, extendable reusable components. πŸ»β˜•οΈ Post-event hangout: The Tippler 425 W 15th St, New York, NY 10011 β–Ά If you’re interested in giving a talk, please let us know! Speakers of all levels and backgrounds are welcome, and we have experienced mentors who can help you prepare your talk! Check out our Speaker FAQ: https://goo.gl/jeoygr Fill out the Speaker Form: https://goo.gl/eEHRao β–Ά 😊 Code Of Conduct We expect all speakers and attendees to follow the JSConf code of conduct ( http://jsconf.com/codeofconduct.html ).

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