Seattle Angular Hack Day

Jan. 28, 2017 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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Google Fremont, 601 N 34th St, Seattle, WA 98103, Seattle, United States

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Hack with us!

Angular Hack Days are for Angular Developers or people who want to learn Angular.

There will be something for everyone, experienced Angular developers can share ideas with other experienced developers. If you’re a beginner then there’s plenty to learn on the day.

It’s recommended that attendees bring their own laptop on the day with Angular already setup. If you’ve never played with Angular before it would be good to do a little bit of learning before the day but it’s not a requirement as all are welcome.

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Julie Ralph

Julie Ralph works as a Software Engineer Tools and Infrastructure at Google in Seattle and is the lead developer on the Angular end-to-end testing framework Protractor.

Michael Giambalvo

Michael Giambalvo works as a Software Engineer Tools and Infrastructure at Google in Seattle working on Angular and Protractor. 

Craig Nishina

Craig Nishina works as a Software Engineer Tools and Infrastructure at Google in Seattle working on Angular and Protractor. 

Duncan Hunter

Duncan is a Senior Software Architect at SSW.com and has been teaching and building Angular 2 applications around the world from early alpha releases.

Time Schedule
8.30 Registration and breakfast (coffee and pastries)
9:00 Welcome!
9:15 Building an Angular 2 app
11:00 Hack commences!
12.30 Lunch (Food TBD)
1:30 RxJS and observables
2:00 AngularFire 2
2:30 Break  (Snacks TBD)
2:45 Angular Material 2
3:15 More hack time!
4:45 Show and Tell
5:00 Finish

When and where

9:00 - Jan. 28, 2017
Google Fremont, 601 N 34th St, Seattle, United States