We are happy to invite you to the first Angular Meetup in 2023. The event is organized by Angular Warsaw in cooperation with the House of Angular and angular.love. If you want a dose of new, practical knowledge about Angular from different perspectives, come and listen on February 28th! What will be discussed?
The Meetup's agenda
Fanis Prodromou, Angular Google Developer Expert - "Organize your code using libraries in a mono-repo or in a poly-repo".
When an application grows we need solutions to improve the code reusability, the maintainability, and enforce a separation of concerns. Although these are some catchy buzzwords, with libraries we can make those part of our application. If our application is in a mono-repo things might be easier to handle. But how about if our product is based on multiple repos? In this talk, I'll explain how to handle a library in a mono-repo, but also how to do so in a poly-repo.
Mateusz Stefańczyk, House of Angular, Team leader - "Testing with component harnesses”
Additionally, there will also be time for networking over beer and pizza. During this time, you will have a great opportunity to talk with Fanis Prodromou, Mateusz Stefańczyk, angular.love bloggers, and the House of Angular team - winners of the Angular Hero of Education Award!
Like always, the most active participants will have a chance to win Angular gadget sets and iconic red sweatshirts!
If you want to keep up to date with all the information regarding the Meetup, we encourage you to follow House of Angular's Facebook profile and angular.love.
*The event will be held stationary. Speeches will be conducted in English. In addition, there will also be a live stream on YouTube (the link will publish 15 minutes before the event on House of Angular social media) for those who will not be able to join us in Warsaw.
House of Angular
Building of the Institute of Computer Science of the Polish Academy of Sciences (IPI PAN)
5 Jana Kazimierza Street, Warsaw
For those of you, who will decide to come by car, we have prepared parking spots.