---------- Agenda -----------
• 18:30 - Warm up
• ~ 19:00 - Start
------------ Talks -------------
• feedbackr 2.0 - Tech-Stack & Lessions Learned by Karl Haas & Christian Haintz
During the past 1 1/2 years Carrot & Company (cnc.io) has re-written feedbackr (feedbackr.io) from scratch based on Angular 2+. In this talk Christian and Karl will discuss their lessons learned and why they have chosen their current tech-stack (Angular, ngrx, immutable.js, ...). It will be an open discussion without fixed agenda.
Christian is one of the founders of Carrot & Company and the CTO of feedbackr. He is passionate about software architecture and state of the art technology.
Karl joined Carrot & Company in 2015. He is currently responsible for customer projects and enjoys working on the feedbackr frontend architecture.
• Upgrade to Angular 4 with AOT Compiler by Marko Jurisic
Angular 4 was released recently with promise of performance improvements and no breaking changes. This talk will discuss our experience of upgrading an enterprise project from Angular 2.x to 4.0 and introduction of the AOT compiler.
Marko Jurisic is a full-stack software developer currently working on enterprise solutions at Infonova.
------------- Talk cancellation ---------------
The Angular route localization talk is cancelled for this meetup and will be held on the next meetup which will happen most probably on Wed, May 10 (Details follow).
If you want to fill this gap with a short talk please tell us at the beginning of the meetup.
• Angular route localization by Miroslav Jonas
You are building public website. Most likely you need localization as well. So you start with translations, then localize dates, times and currencies. How about routes? This talk will take you on a trip from the idea over a bumpy road to the first implementation of an Angular 2+ plugin for route localization. Hopefully by the end you’ll be equipped and motivated to start working on your own plugin!
Miroslav Jonas is a (mainly front-end) developer working at Greentube. He likes challenges and sharing the solutions with open-source community.
------------- Submit Talks ---------------
We luckily have enough talks for this meetup. But please don't hesitate to contact us (via meetup contact form) for talks for one of our next (not-yet-scheduled) meetups.
Our limit of scheduled talk time for each meetup is about 90 minutes. Lightning talks can also be given spontaneously, if enough time is left.
• Normal talk (~20 to 40 min.)
• Short talk (~15 min.)
• Lightning talk (~5 min.)
------------- Sponsor Info ---------------
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