AngularNYC June

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111 8th ave entrance · New York, NY

How to find us

Find us at the reception on the first floor!

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Details

🕒 6:00 - Chill
🕒 6:30 - Intros

🕒 6:45 - Brian Love

Brian is a software engineer and Google Developer Expert in Angular with a passion for learning, writing, speaking, teaching and mentoring. Brian has been building web applications for over 20 years and has long been a fanboy of JavaScript. When not in front of his Macbook Pro, Brian is in the Rocky Mountains skiing or hiking

🎤 Catching Uncatchable Unicorns with xplat

So, you and your buddy Steve are building an application that is going to revolutionize a market, disrupting giants that have long been stale and lack innovation. You're both hanging out in the garage, dreaming, meditating, maybe even getting high. You're stumped though on how to build this unicorn application that will be deployed to the web, mobile and desktop. Angular + Ionic/NativeScript + Node to the rescue in a monorepo using xplat.

🕒 7:20 - Break

🕒 7:30 - Jesse Sanders
🎤 Advanced NgRx Techniques

NgRx enables Angular developers to build reactive solutions for managing state, events, and data using principles inspired by redux and fueled by RxJs. We will quickly review the best practices of NgRx and then dive into NgRx patterns, libraries, testing, and complex actions/effects. The talk will wrap up with advanced error handling techniques that make debugging NgRx a cinche. This talk is perfect for those developer learning about NgRx as well as seasoned veterans that want to expand their understanding.

🕒 8:10
🍻☕️ Post-event hangout:

The Tippler
425 W 15th St, New York, NY 10011

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▶ 😊 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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