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GDG Atlanta, WTM, ATL Angular, Atlanta Vue.Js & Women Who Code joint meeting!

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Every 3rd Tuesday of the month

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Join us for this joint meetup with ATL Angular, Atlanta Vue.Js, GDG Atlanta, Women Techmakers Atlanta featuring Gerard Sans. In this talk we are going to explore how Angular and Vue compare to each other and how you can bridge between the two while looking at how to migrate an Angular Application to Vue in no time.

Gerard Sans is very excited about the future of the Web and JavaScript. Always happy Computer Science Engineer and humble Google Developer Expert. He loves to share his learnings by giving talks, trainings and writing about cool technologies. He loves running AngularZone and GraphQL London, mentoring students and giving back to the community.

Sponsors
This month's sponsors are Salesloft, Microsoft Azure, and Devnexus.

Detailed instructions for parking and reaching the building lobby
http://tiny.cc/getting-to-salesloft

Getting to SalesLoft:
SalesLoft is super Marta accessible. We highly encourage you to take advantage of this transportation option. Via Marta (scroll down for parking garage directions) • Arts Center stop • Exit toward West Peachtree • Cross West Peachtree at 15th Street • Enter via side plaza or main building entrance. Via Car/Parking Garage - Enter from Spring Street (one-way to the south, so entrance is on your left/east side of the street) at the Flywheel sign

From https://developers.google.com/groups/ ::

"Google Developer Groups (GDGs) are for developers who are interested in Google's developer technology; everything from the Android, Chrome, Drive, and Google Cloud platforms, to product APIs like the Cast API, Maps API, and YouTube API. A GDG can take many forms -- from just a few people getting together to watch our latest video, to large gatherings with demos and tech talks, to events like code sprints and hackathons. However, at the core, GDGs are focused on developers and technical content, and the core audience should be developers."