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Sydney .NET User Group: Angular double header event

Note: Due to the festive season, the user group is running 1 week earlier than usual

Sydney .NET User Group: Angular double header event

Session one: Techniques and practices for testing Angular 2 

Writing frontend tests has always been hard, let us show you how to make testing easier in your Angular 2 applications.

From unit testing components and services to end-to-end testing your entire application, we will give you tips and techniques for testing in Angular 2. 

Session two: Angular War Stories (Revisited)

At SSW, we love Angular 2. 

We have been building web applications for enterprises and large government projects since Angular 2 was in early beta.

Performance, Mobile friendly, Flexible. Sweet! Happy Users, Happy Developers, Happy Business. Awesome! …but there are so many options, and so many unanswered questions. 

This session will de-mystify Angular 2, highlight the lessons we wish we hadn’t had to learn the hard way. We will teach you what you need to know but aren’t going to find out until you are too far into your project to turn around. You will learn the pitfalls to avoid when building Angular 2 in production.

Come and see why we are loving Angular 2 for everything from startups to large enterprise applications.

About the presenters:

Duncan Hunter loves working in passionate teams to make awesome software. His focus is on helping teams implement the latest best practices in frontend web development. Duncan has been teaching and building Angular 2 applications around the world from early alpha releases. He is a Software Architect at SSW.com, an Angular mentor at FireBootCamp.com and a passionate rock climber.

Adam Stephensen is a Solution Architect at SSW, Qld General Manager and head mentor at FireBootCamp. He loves delivering high quality, scalable, enterprise solutions. He has a passion for Scrum, Continuous Delivery, and software craftsmanship. This has led him to mentor and contribute to many .NET projects across a broad range of technologies.

Can't come in person? No worries!
We live stream the event so you can watch it from anywhere! Catch all the action live on Wednesday December 14 from 6:30pm here: http://www.ssw.com.au/ssw/NETUG/Live.aspx

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