With two jam-packed days in the books, only one day remained. The format for the final day of ng-conf was another single room, all day series of sessions. Much like the first day, the range of topics was both broad as they were relevant and informative. Day 3 had a few major themes expressed in the speakers’ presentations.
Brad Green and Rob Wormald presented the keynote presentation. They talked about how Angular fits in at Google. And by fit in, it is more like Google runs on Angular. Google has hundreds of its major systems running on top of Angular including data center allocations, release management, product launch approvals, and bug tracking. Google demonstrates its commitment to Angular as well as its commitment to the ecosystem around Angular.
Day 2 of ng-conf was a fair day. Multiple talks and activities took place all day long. Not being able to clone myself and see all of the discussions, I set my focus on a particular path for the day. So let’s take a look at the path I chose.
Unfortunately, the time slot for the RxJS presentation cut into this talk. I was able to catch half of the speakers, and even then, it was very informative. The format for this presentation was a series of lightning talks from representatives of multiple companies talking about how they squeeze the most out of their Angular apps. … Read more