Past Meetup

Angular Panel + Happy Hour

This Meetup is past

40 people went

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Details

Doors: 5:00 p.m.
Food + Networking: 5:30 p.m.
Panel: 6:00 p.m.

Many of the Rocky Mountain Angular group members have expressed that they want to have some more casual networking events, in addition to the informational presentations. BrieBug has partnered with BWBacon in the Battery 621 building to sponsor an awesome Angular Q+A Panel and Happy Hour event on June 20th!

WE NEED YOUR QUESTIONS!
Ask your questions here: https://goo.gl/forms/pQ67RYK9pcnmNMsX2
We will be collecting questions until June 18, 2018.

Panelists:

Matt Vaughn - Web Page Developer
Building web applications from VBScript/ASP (1998) to Angular 5 (2018). Currently focused on Angular: applications, custom libraries, tools, development environment, and applying enterprise patterns and practices in the front end. Builder of code generation and scaffolding tools for .NET applications, Web APIs, and Microservices. GitHub open source projects include angular-rules-engine and angular-actions (https://github.com/buildmotion)

Kevin Schuchard - BrieBug
Kevin Schuchard is a Senior developer and avid cyclist from Nashville, TN. When he’s not spending time with his wife and son, he can be found cycling through the mountains of Colorado.

Jose Estrella - Charter Communications
Jose Estrella is a Senior Manager with Charter Communications in the Advanced Engineering (R&D) department. He manages a team responsible for building and integrating the company’s most significant initiatives into the video headend system, including the World Box & Spectrum Guide. Jose is an avid Angular developer. When he is not spending time with his family, he can be found either creating automation tools for his team or studying for his Doctorates.

David East - Developer Advocate at Google. Working on the Firebases.

Panel Moderator:

Jamie Perkins - BrieBug
Jamie is a web developer who specializes in UI and mobile. He got his start in ActionScript and has loved working with the web ever since. He participates heavily in open source and works for BrieBug, helping companies do Angular the right way.