Tuesday, March 12, 2019 at 6:30:00 PM SMG 1737 McGee St, Kansas City, MO

Schematics: An Untapped Frontier,
Schematics can accomplish nearly any task and published by anyone. Whether you want to generate hundreds of dynamic files or update source code, Kevin and Brian will demonstrate how accessible custom schematics are for you or your organization. If you find yourself repeating the same logic, enforcing similar patterns, or performing setup logic, again and again, you'll take away the tools and understanding necessary to start your schematic learning journey.

Build Apps w/ Schematics Workshop,
Starting a new app can be tedious and time-consuming when it doesn't have to be, and often this code is more-or-less boilerplate for the actual features. Generating your code with schematics can free you from this burden of redundancy. In this short workshop, we'll go through how to use Angular schematics to get your project jumpstarted, so you can focus on the code that actually matters.
To participate, all you need is a computer and an updated version of the Angular CLI (https://cli.angular.io/).

Brian Love:
Brian is a software engineer and Google Developer Expert in Angular with a passion for learning, writing, speaking, teaching and mentoring. Brian has been building web applications for over 20 years and has long been a fanboy of JavaScript. When not in front of his Macbook Pro, Brian is in the Rocky Mountains skiing or hiking.

Kevin Schuchard:
Kevin Schuchard is a software engineer and avid cyclist from Broomfield, CO. He enjoys anything with two wheels, running, and swimming and is passionate about teaching, working with open-source software, and designing software solutions. Most of all he enjoys spending time with his wife and son.

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