ng-europe

February 1-2, 2018 — Paris, France

February 1-2, 2018

ng-europe

ng-europe - The Original European Angular Conference

ng-europe, the original European Angular conference, is back! The 2018 edition will take place in the beautiful city of Paris on February 1st (Workshops)-2nd (Keynotes and talks) and will bring you the most awesome people from the Angular community. On top of great content, ng-europe also aims to be a great place for people to socialize, make new friends and meet old ones, learn through great workshops, share ideas and of course hack on Angular in the heart of the beautiful city of Paris.

🇫🇷 Si vous êtes français, vous pouvez beneficier du Crédit Impôt formation avec notre partenaire Oxiane pour l'achat de vos tickets

Our Speakers so far

Sean Larkin

Sean Larkin

Software/Web Developer, Webpack Core Team, Developer Advocate, #Angular Fan, Chicken Farmer. Views are my own. @mutualofomaha @Angular CLI team, Chronic Typos

Manfred Steyer

Manfred Steyer

Trainer and Consultant with focus on Angular. Google Developer Expert (GDE) and Microsoft MVP. Writes for O’Reilly, Hanser, the German Java Magazine, windows.developer and Heise. Regularly speaks at conferences.

Kamil Kisiela

Kamil Kisiela

Kamil is the author of apollo-angular and works on plenty of Angular and GraphQL open source projects.

Todd Motto

Todd Motto

Todd is a Google Developer Expert and front-end engineer. He runs Ultimate Angular, teaching developers and teams how to become Angular experts.

Mashhood Rastgar

Mashhood Rastgar

I am a full stack developer leading a Javascript consultancy. We help build prototypes and MVPs for different clients all over the world. My day to day responsibility includes leading on the technical front for all the different projects we are working on, ensuring we are using the right technologies the right way. I also enjoy training and sharing my knowledge by giving talks on different events. In my spare time I enjoy reading, swimming and long walks.

Christian Weyer

Christian Weyer

Christian Weyer is founder and CTO of Thinktecture AG, as well as Google GDE (Developer Expert) and Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable Professional). He is an engaged and passionated speaker on several software conferences and events all over the world since two decades. Find him on Twitter @christianweyer.

Christian Liebel

Christian Liebel

Christian Liebel is an Angular developer since the early alphas and a cross-platform development enthusiast at Thinktecture AG. Due to his regular publishing in German developer magazines and engagement in the developer community, he was awarded a Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable Professional). Find him on Twitter @chris_liebel.

Steffen Jahr

Steffen Jahr

Since the first time he met web development, Steffen Jahr is enthusiastic about the development of web and mobile applications. With his work as a software developer at Thinktecture AG he can live out his enthusiasm and develops cross-platform solutions with HTML5 and JavaScript. He also loves creating Progressive Web Applications to make the web a little bit more native.

Erik Haddad

Erik Haddad

Erik Haddad is a UX Engineer at Google on the Firebase team in San Francisco. Prior to joining Google, Erik was an advanced development engineer at ESPN and Disney.

Stefanie Trimble Fluin

Stefanie Trimble Fluin

Stefanie is a UI/UX Designer and Developer in Silicon Valley currently at Cisco. Her recent project included leading the design for the new Angular documentation site. When she’s not busy or playing with tech, she enjoys traveling the world, working on her photography skills and salsa dancing.

Asim Hussain

Asim Hussain

I’m a developer, trainer and speaker with over 16 years experience working for organisations such as the European Space Agency, Google and now Microsoft, where I am a Senior Cloud Developer Advocate. I’m also author of the book “Angular: From Theory to Practice” and I’ve taught over 50,000 students Angular & JavaScript through my site codecraft.tv.

Adam Bradley

Adam Bradley

Director of Open Source, and co-creator of Ionic and Stencil. Regularly writes and speaks about mobile app development with Ionic, Web Components and Angular. Proud dad, husband, veteran, and dog’s best friend. Based in beautiful Madison, WI, USA.

Jen Looper

Jen Looper

Jen Looper is a Senior Developer Advocate at Progress with over 15 years’ experience as a web and mobile developer, specializing in creating cross-platform mobile apps. She’s a multilingual multiculturalist with a passion for hardware hacking, mobile apps, machine learning and discovering new things every day. Visit her online at http://www.ladeezfirstmedia.com, or via Twitter @jenlooper.

Sven Sauleau

Sven Sauleau

Sven is a software engineer living in France and mostly working with Golang and JavaScript. OSS enthusiast and one of the persons behind Babel.

You?

You?

More speekers to be announced soon!

The Lightning Talks Speakers so Far

Dushyant Sabharwal

Dushyant Sabharwal

I am a full stack developer from Amsterdam who likes distributed systems and is passionate about Angular (offcourse :D)

Stepan Suvorov

Stepan Suvorov

I’m VP Engineering at Studytube and we provide online education platform for business clients. Doing programming for many years. Only focused on Javascript for 7 years, and with Angular from 2012. I write a blog and lead online Angular courses for RU community, enjoy teaching and making other developers better.

Alexey Dubovskoy

Alexey Dubovskoy

I am a full stack Ruby on Rails/Javascript developer at Meetyl. Started using Angular 2+ since alpha versions.

Gerard Sans

Gerard Sans

Angular Google Developer Expert. AngularZone Community Leader. Gerard will also be the MC of the conference.

Tiago Temporin

Tiago Temporin

Go, Angular and PHP programmer, NoSQL enthusiastic and tech addicted.

Antal Andrei

Antal Andrei

I am a frontend engineer passionate about everything happening in and around the web platform, especially if it has anything to do with JavaScript. I organize the Bucharest Angular meetup group (ngBucharest) and in my free time, i teach people about Angular through workshops or presentations, both in the community and at conferences.

The Events

Workshops, hackathon, bar night, lightning talks and more, we have you covered for up to three days of Angular and socializing goodness.

1-Day Conference

Espace Charenton

February 2nd from 8:30am to 6:30pm

Lightning Talks

February 2nd

Bar Night

More details coming soon

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more surprises coming soon...

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The Schedule

A day full of talks and keynotes by amazing people. Final schedule is subject to changes.
  • Registration

      February 2, 2018, 8:30AM,  60 minutes

    Make sure get in early.

  • French Breakfast

      February 2, 2018, 8:30AM,  60 minutes

    Croissants, café and more!

  • Through the Sound Barrier: High-Performance Applications with Angular

      February 2, 2018, 9:30AM,  25 minutes

    Manfred Steyer

    An application’s performance influences its acceptance and therefore also its commercial success significantly. However, there is not a sole adjusting screw for performance tuning in single page applications but even several influencing factors that need be considered. With its architecture, Angular addresses these aspects and offers some possibilities to provide a breath-taking performance. By the means of an application which is optimized systematically, this workshop shows how to use these possibilities. You learn how to leverage Ahead of Time Compilation (AOT), Tree Shaking and Lazy Loading to improve the startup performance of your application dramatically. In addition to that you see how to use the optimization strategy OnPush to speed up data binding performance in your solutions. Furthermore, Service Worker for caching and instant loading is covered as well as Server Side Rendering to improve the perceived loading time.

  • Progressive Web Apps with Angular and Firebase

      February 2, 2018, 10:00AM,  25 minutes

    Erik Haddad

    Angular is a cross-platform solution for building powerful apps and supports Progressive Web Apps out of the box. Firebase gives you the tools and infrastructure you need to build better apps and grow successful businesses. Learn how Angular and Firebase tools enable you to increase app engagement with faster loads, offline access, authentication, data/media storage, serverless operations, push notifications, and more, through the progressive enhancement of your mobile web apps.

  • Progressive Web Apps are the next big thing: this application model finally allows web applications to leverage powerful features that were previously reserved to native applications only. However, not all native features are exposed as a browser API and it will still take some time until PWAs finally land on the majority of devices out there. In the meantime, Cordova and Electron are here to help: they turn your web applications into native application packages that can be distributed to mobile platforms such as Android or iOS and desktop platforms like Windows, macOS and Linux. While the vast majority of your source code can be shared across all platforms, there might be a fraction that is platform-specific. Thanks to Angular, handling these platform differences is an easy task. Thinktecture’s Christian Liebel shows you how to build real-cross platform Angular apps with Cordova and Electron—on the road to Progressive Web Apps.

  • Coffee Break

      February 2, 2018, 11:00AM,  30 minutes

    Have a break and socialize.

  • Creating Beautiful Experiences Fast with Angular Material

      February 2, 2018, 11:30AM,  25 minutes

    Stefanie Trimble Fluin

    Having worked on angular.io, I gained an appreciation for the process and care that the Angular team puts into its efforts. Angular Material is one of the best libraries available for easily and quickly adding beautiful functionality and user experiences. In this talk you will learn about:

    • The goals, vision, and philosophy behind Angular Material and why it’s so awesome
    • My top 5 under-appreciated Angular Material components
    • The CDK and how you can take advantage of it
  • GraphQL in Angular - redefined

      February 2, 2018, 12:00PM,  25 minutes

    Kamil Kisiela

    GraphQL was such a popular topic, especially in the recent year and it was widely known in the React world for a long time. But what about the Angular Community? Are we left behind? Definitely not, thanks to Apollo-Angular library!

    I’m going to explain what GraphQL is and what is not. To fully understand the concept, we will cover both server and client sides. We’re going to explore many possibilities that Apollo brings and also tools of GraphQL ecosystem.

    In October 2017, we published a completely new version of Apollo which includes really major changes that will make a lot of Angular developers excited. Even the ones that don’t use GraphQL.

    Real Time updates? GraphQL in NativeScript? Join me in Paris!

  • Lunch

      February 2, 2018, 12:30PM,  90 minutes

    90 minutes to socialize and have some food.

  • How to hack an Angular app?

      February 2, 2018, 2:00PM,  25 minutes

    Asim Hussain

    Thought hacking was hard? It’s not, it’s easy and I’m going to show you how! In this episode of CSI Paris we’ll investigate a series of hacking stories and break them down step-by-step to see exactly how they did it. By the end you’ll walk away a little bit more scared and a lot more prepared with some great practices you can apply immediately to your own Angular (and Node) applications.

  • Angular Architecture: From Patterns to Implementation

      February 2, 2018, 2:30PM,  25 minutes

    Todd Motto

    Design patterns are what drives sensible architecture, and this applies to code organisation, component and module architecture, all the way through to state management. Let’s see how they all work as individual patterns, and explore their implementation in code. Once we know how the moving pieces work, we can easily fit them together to build solid apps that head in the same direction.

  • Coffee Break

      February 2, 2018, 3:00PM,  30 minutes

    Have a break and socialize.

  • webpack 4: The most important update for Angular

      February 2, 2018, 3:30PM,  25 minutes

    Sean Larkin

    Your favorite build tool is on the verge of shipping its newest major release! Join me as I give a state of the union on webpack, and how it relates to your angular development. We’ll talk about the our experimental WebAssembly first class integration, and most importantly the “sideEffects” optimization, and why your Angular apps should see a huge performance increase out of the box from it! Finally, we’ll explore what is next on the horizon, and what you can do to get involved!

  • Next Generation Ionic: Built for PWAs and interoperability

      February 2, 2018, 4:00PM,  25 minutes

    Adam Bradley

    There has been a recent explosion of new Web APIs and technologies available in the browser, such as Web Components and Progressive Web Apps (PWAs). These new APIs and technologies offer major new capabilities to app developers and end users, and Ionic has been evolving to take advantage of them.

    Once built entirely on Angular, Ionic is moving all of its mobile-focused UI components to standardized Web Components, gaining dramatically reduced code size and load times in the process. Additionally, these Web Components are highly portable, working seamlessly in Angular but also in any other framework, or without any framework at all.

    In this talk we’ll describe how the Ionic team ported a large Angular UI component set to Web Components, building a new project called Stencil in the process to make building these Web Components easier than ever. We’ll talk about Angular Web Component interoperability, and why you might want to explore creating reusable Web Components for your own projects.

  • Coffee Break

      February 2, 2018, 4:30PM,  30 minutes

    Have a break and socialize.

  • Let's compose JavaScript and Reason.

      February 2, 2018, 5:00PM,  25 minutes

    Sven Sauleau

    See how you can use ReasonML in your JavaScript and all the benefits!

  • Rapid prototyping using Angular and Firebase

      February 2, 2018, 5:30PM,  25 minutes

    Mashhood Rastgar

    Create a simple functional prototyping in 20 minutes using Angular and Firebase. In this talk I will introduce the audience to Firebase/AngularFire and then will create a simple app like a twitter clone complete with sign up, login, listing tweets, adding them and liking them and deploy the app on Firebase. The idea behind the talk is to show how clean and easy it is to develop the apps once you have a good hold on the framework, and vast productivity gains you get from it. There will be some talk on best practices and different possible ways of doing things (smart vs dumb components).

  • Do you ever wake up in a cold sweat, thinking that your mobile apps are both boring and stupid? When this happens, you start to question yourself, asking why your apps aren’t more empathetic, why they don’t respond better to your users’ needs. Even if you have built a performant app with a great UI, you can improve it by leveraging new methods of adding machine learning to your apps to create a really useful and enticing mobile app experience. In this talk, you’ll learn some basics of machine learning and how to integrate it into your mobile app, first with some clever APIs, and then with custom trained models using TensorFlow. Come learn how to send your apps back to school and level up their innate ‘emotional intelligence’!

  • Lightning talks sesssion

      February 2, 2018, 6:30PM,  30 minutes

    • How i used Angular and ngrx to implement a protocol for consensus between distributed systems by Dushyant Sabharwal
    • @angular/cli to install 3rd-party libraries by Stepan Suvorov
    • Mastering of Dependency Injection in Angular by Alexey Dubovskoy
    • When small is better: Brotli compression in a real case by Tiago Temporin
    • A look into the future: Angular Elements by Antal Andrei

Tickets

Here's what you get for your ticket in addition to amazing speakers, insightful talks and inspiration: our stylish t-shirts, delicious cattered French breakfast, lunch and bar night. Free proper coffee, wines, beers and beverages as much as you want. A hackathon with great prizes and an all over amazing time socializing and making new friends! We also have a scholarship for underrepresented and disadvantaged people. 🇫🇷 Si vous êtes français, vous pouvez beneficier du Crédit Impôt formation avec notre partenaire Oxiane pour l'achat de vos tickets

Tickets Information by EventLama

Round 2 Conference Discount applied

× €229.00 (€45.80 VAT) ×

Full one-day conference access. That’s our second round of tickets.

Full Day Workshop: Angular for Enterprise Applications with Manfred Steyer on February 1st Discount applied

× €329.00 (€65.80 VAT) ×

Many questions soon arise when using Angular to develop applications for large enterprises: How can the application be divided into several modules and NPM packages? How can existing identity solutions such as Active Directory be integrated and Single Sign On realised? How can performance be ensured, while managing large clients and how can AOT, Tree Shaking, and Lazy Loading support this? How can the application be internationalised and prepared for global conditions? An Angular application is coded and developed live in this workshop to answer all these questions.

Don’t forget to bring your laptop and a French AC adapter during the workshop. Checkin starts at 8:30am until 9:30am on February 1st and workshop lasts until 5:30pm at Espace Charenton. Breakfast and lunch provided.

Combo Conference + Angular Workshop with Manfred Steyer Discount applied

× €469.00 (€93.80 VAT) ×

Get 2-day access to both Workshop and Conference on February 1st and 2nd.

Don’t forget to bring your laptop and a French AC adapter during the workshop. Checkin starts at 8:30am until 9:30am and workshop lasts until 5:30pm at Espace Charenton. Breakfast and lunch provided.

Hackathon Discount applied

× €0.00 ×

You need a ticket to the conference to register for the hackathon. The hackathon will take place on February 3rd from 9am to 6pm at Digitas office here. Make sure to bring your laptop!

Combo Conference + Angular Workshop with Todd Motto Discount applied

× €589.00 (€117.80 VAT) ×

Get 2-day access to both Workshop and Conference on February 1st and 2nd.

Don’t forget to bring your laptop and a French AC adapter during the workshop. Checkin starts at 8:30am until 9:30am and workshop lasts until 5:30pm at Espace Charenton. Breakfast and lunch provided.

Round 1 Conference Discount applied

× €199.00 (€39.80 VAT) ×

Full one-day conference access on February 2nd. That’s our first round of tickets.

The Location

Transportation

By subway (metro):

Métro ligne 8
Station : Porte de Charenton

By bus:

Line PC 2
Stop : Porte de Charenton
Line 87
Stop : Charenton jardinier
Line 111
Stop : Porte de Charenton

By Tram T3:

Stop : Porte de Charenton

By car:

Ring road exit : Porte de Charenton / Porte de Bercy

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