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"Testing Angular 2 Applications" and "ES6 vs. TypeScript: Battle Royale"


6:30 pm : "ES6 vs. TypeScript: Battle Royale" by Geoff Filippi and Scott Davis

7:30 pm : Dinner and Networking 

8:00 pm : "Testing Angular 2 Applications" by Matt Raible

"ES6 vs. TypeScript: Battle Royale" by Geoff Filippi and Scott Davis 

MONDAY MONDAY MONDAY! Come see two fierce enemies battle to the death over the most important technology issue of ALL TIME -- static typing vs. dynamic typing. Or, you can  come hear two reasonable folks calmly discuss the benefits and drawbacks to each approach... TO THE DEATH!

"Testing Angular 2 Applications" by Matt Raible

The best reason for writing tests is to automate your testing. Without tests, you'll likely be testing manually. This manual testing will take longer and longer as your codebase grows. In this session, you’ll learn how to test an Angular 2 application. You'll learn how to use Jasmine to unit testing components and Protractor for integration testing. We’ll also take a look at code coverage options and explore continuous integration tools. 

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