Welcome to our #AngularToronto meetup - post ng-conf edition, where we discuss everything Angular and web dev.
Location: Google Toronto office (9-th floor). 🏡
The venue requires badging and a security officer is checking them. Please RSVP so we can prepare your visitor badges. If you have your friends or teammates joining please ask them to RSVP as well.
Badge are distributed just prior to event start - we'll give them to you when you arrive.
Thank you Nrwl.io - our ongoing sponsor - for food and drinks!
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We are super excited to have Evertz Microsystems join us as sponsor for this meetup!
Want to create next-generation systems for the world’s largest broadcast media and content suppliers? Do you have a passion for software development and great problem solving skills? They have many opportunities for agile development roles with Angular, Typescript, Java, Python and AWS serverless - check them out at https://evertz.com/careers
Thank you Google and Firebase for hosting us, security and Audio/Video production.
🕒 5:30 - Elevator access to 9th floor is open.
🕒 6:10 - Short recap of ng-conf by Leonardo Braga (https://twitter.com/LeonardoBraga) and Alex Okrushko
🎤 The power of your Personal Brand
🗣 Nathalia Silva (https://twitter.com/cyberlady9)
💻 Google's WomenTechmakers Ambassador
🕒 7:00 - Break
🎤 Scaling Development across Multiple Projects with Nx
🗣 Jason Jean (https://twitter.com/FrozenPandaz)
🕒 7:40 - Break
🗣Rob Wormald (https://twitter.com/robwormald)
💻Angular Team, Developer Programs Engineer at Google
🕒 8:20 Post-event networking
🕒 9.00 Venue closes and we can go somewhere close by to continue our discussions (TBD)
Would you like to give a talk at AngularToronto Meetup? Fill out the form: https://angulartoronto.dev/speak
Would your company like to host/sponsor our events? Please reach out to Alex Okrushko at https://twitter.com/AlexOkrushko - Direct Messages are open!
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