[Angular & WTM] What's new in Angular 8, DI, Testing, and Patents for Software
We're super excited to invite you to our next WTM and Angular meetup.
We have a great lineup of talks for you. We have the privilege of hearing from Minko Gechev and Kapunahele Wong who will present via Hangout as well as two great talks from our local community members!
Here's the Hangout link for those who want to join remotely: http://bit.ly/WTM-AngularMeetup-2Jul2019.
Speaker: Minko Gechev
Minko is an engineer in the Angular team at Google. He loves to experiment with abstract theoretical computer science concepts transform them into robust industrial solutions. Minko’s working on compilers, tools for static code analysis, and machine learning. Some of his projects are the book “Switching to Angular”, Guess.js, codelyzer, the official Angular style guide, the Go linter revive, and many others.
Talk: What's new in Angular 8
Speaker: Kapunahele Wong
Kapunahele helps out on the Angular docs. She likes explaining things and playing with electronics, especially broken ones. She also likes cooking, eating, and dancing the Native Hawaiian hula. She is based in Richmond, Virginia
Talk: Dependency Injection in Angular: Injector Trees
Nusrat is a Part-Qualified Patent Attorney at Venner Shipley LLP. After completing her studies in Electronic Engineering in 2012, Nusrat worked as an in-house Patent Engineer in a company based in Hong Kong. In 2018, she started her formal training as the UK and European Patent Attorney. She has extensive experience drafting and prosecuting US, UK, and European patent applications for a wide range of technologies in the field of electronics.
Talk: Patents for Software and AI inventions
Angular Consultant. Founder of Stumbave Ltd.
Talk: Easy Angular testing with shallow-render
18:30 Food, drinks, and networking
19:00 - 21:00 Talks
We are grateful to Central Working for the venue and proud to be part of their #inspirationalWomenSeries.
Looking forward to seeing everyone at our second Angular, Women Techmakers and Central Working event!