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They say save the best for last, and our last MeetUp event of 2018 was no exception. This time we had a rare opportunity to host three speakers, all from out of town!
They are all experts in the field, visiting Munich to speak at a conference. They were kind enough to give us some of their time on this evening.
SAP CX Munich partnering up with Angular Munich Meetup was able to host an Angular inspired evening. Happening at our SAP Labs area, we discussed both state management and component architecture.

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Component Architecture at Scale

We had Ana Cidre, a developer advocate and engineer at Ultimate Angular. She has been named Women Techmaker lead by Google. She partnered up with Sherry List, a Front-end lead developer at Nordea bank from Copenhagen. This international dynamic duo delivered an inspired, fun and insightful presentation on Component architecture.
The presentation titled “The good, the bad and the ugly – Component architecture at scale”, was delivered in a fun and unorthodox way. They demonstrated the correct way to construct Angular components by deconstructing several existing components. Through examples that were categorized as “the good”, “the bad” and “the ugly”, we witnessed common pitfalls and how one can avoid them. The Goal being to end up with simple, testable and highly reusable components.


Crafting Solid State Management

The second part of the evening saw Michael Hladky take centre stage. Michael, located in Austria Vienna, is a certified Google Developer Expert, trainer developer and consultant in the field of Angular and Ionic.
This was the sequel presentation on the State Management principles that Michael had presented in a previous Angular Meetup. This time he presented the second part of that story – principles of state management, not of some library. Crafting State Management on your own is challenging. In this talk he did not talk about code but rather the principles that give you the knowledge to understand basically any state management code/pattern easily.

Some insightful feedback we received:
“Loved the different way of presentation built on a funny Story” and “Would like to see more about Angular Elements and dynamic module loading”
This was such a great night full of experiences, Networking, beer and good Food.

2018 has been a great year of knowledge sharing and meeting developers from across Munich. We promise 2019 will be bigger and better. Keep an eye out for our first event of 2019!

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