September Meetup at Teamleader

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Every 2nd Wednesday of the month until October 8, 2019

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Dear meetup members,

For our September meetup we're visiting the amazing offices of Teamleader. We have two talks lined up for you. Ruben Vermeulen will be talking about "Understanding change detection in Angular". Jens Trio will be speaking about how you can make kick-ass pull-requests.

Teamleader is so nice to provide us with food and drinks!

We hope to see you soon,

Dries & Rias

PS: Please remember to change your RSVP if you cannot attend.

SCHEDULE

19:00 Doors
20:00 Talks

TALKS

Understanding change detection in Angular by Ruben Vermeulen

Angular consists out of many fascinating patterns and concepts. One of these is Change Detection. This is one of the things many Angular developers come across on a daily basis but not always truly understand how it works and how they can benefit from it.
What Virtual DOM is for React, that’s what Change Detection is for Angular. We’ll check out how Change Detection determines what must be updated in the HTML and when something must be updated.
This talk will try to answer the how, the when and the why, combined with the things I wish I knew, about Change Detection, when starting out in Angular.
This talk covers the patterns and concepts of the mechanism which makes it perfectly accessible for both people with Angular experience as for people without.

Speaker: Ruben Vermeulen is a software engineer at Sofico with a strong focus on Angular and RxJS. He likes to share his knowledge through trainings, blog posts and public speaking. As Angular is not the only thing out there, he keeps a healthy interest in: UX/UI, Firebase, React, Android, iOS, PHP, … .

Length: 30min

Size does matter... by Jens Trio

...and other best practices for pull requests.

Remember the good old days when you worked on a feature for two weeks straight and then just merged it into the master branch? I do. Those were conflicting times. Pun intended.

A lot of these problems can be prevented by using pull requests. But how do you create a good pull request? In this session I'll to highlight some guidelines that you can use to make some kick-ass pull-requests.

spoiler: it's not all about the size

Speaker: Jens Trio is a husband, father, cycling enthousiast and full stack developer at Teamleader, in no particular order.

Length: 30min