Our mission is to create job ready developers.
ng-India is the largest gathering of Angular community in India. With around 500 people expected at the 2020 edition, you will meet the creators of Angular, RxJS Core team members, GDE, MVP, Authors coming from the various countries of the world to teach you Angular. Join to learn, network, recruit and befriend like-minded people.
Angular Team, Google
Rob is a Developer Advocate on the Angular team at Google. He’s the Angular team’s resident reactive programming geek and founded the Reactive Extensions for Angular project, ngrx
Management Leader, Google
Manu heads technical program management for Angular at Google. Manu keeps the big picture in focus and works with cross-functional teams to plan, execute and usher programs through the entire lifecycle.
Jesse Sanders is the founder and CEO of BrieBug Software and a Google Developer Expert (GDE) in Angular and Web Technologies. He regularly speaks around the world on Angular and related web technologies to inform and inspire developers on how to build the next generation of web applications. He regularly teaches workshops on Angular fundamentals, NgRx, and advanced Angular topics. He specializes in architecting systems using Angular for enterprise clients to help them achieve their goals. When not working, he enjoys spending time with his children, biking, skiing/snowboarding, hiking, and training for triathlons. You can follow him on twitter - @JesseS_BrieBug
Google Developer Expert
Michael is located in Vienna, Austria. He is a certified Google Developer Expert, trainer, developer, and consultant in frontend development with a focus on Angular, RxJS, Typescript and Ionic. His higher goal is to change the way how the current industry is approaching knowledge, learning, and education. Therefore he develops unique approaches in teaching software development and team culture. As an active community member, he is the organizer and founder of: Angular Vienna and NestJS Vienna as well as the founder and leading head of Angular Austria, a non-profit association to support Angular. Furthermore, he is cooperating with several events and conferences in IT. As former Head Of Program at WeAreDevelopers, he was responsible for the conference content, speaker evaluation, moderation and stage concepts for one of the biggest IT-Congresses in Europe. Michael is part of the advisory board of EnterJS and helps to create a high-quality lineup for the conference as well as to make sure the invited speakers, sponsors and attendees have an amazing time at the event. For the Austrian open source award openminds he evaluates projects and ideas as part of the jury.
Developer Advocate Engineer, Auth0
Sam Julien is an Angular GDE and Collaborator, a Developer Advocate Engineer at Auth0, and the creator of UpgradingAngularJS.com. He's also the author of "Up and Running with Gatsby" on Thinkster.io. His favorite thing in the world is being outside drinking good scotch next to a fire he built himself.
Google Developer Expert
Martina is a Google Developer Expert in Angular and web technologies. As a senior frontend developer, she focuses on implementing highly scalable software solutions with Node.js and Angular. Besides giving workshops as an Angular trainer, she founded RheinNeckarJS, is a core member of the ngGirls Team, and co-organizes the local Angular Heidelberg user group and the german Angular conference NG-DE.
Google Developer Expert
Nishu Goel is first female Google Developer Expert in Angular from India and a software developer working in IBM. She loves to write blog posts and talk around the basic concepts of Angular at conferences. She is also the author of book ""Step-by-Step Angular Routing"". With her work to apply technology towards sustainable development goals (SDGs) by the United Nations living in the villages of Jharkhand, India for three months, she has been awarded by the Prime Minister of the UK
Senior Developer , Hvantage
Srashti Jain is senior developer at Hvantage Technologies. She has hands-on experience of Angular, Microsoft Azure and Power BI. She is very active in developer communities. She is always up for sharing knowledge and learning from others.
Google Developer Expert
Creator, Netlify Builder
Santosh is a GDE for Angular and web Technologies and an active contributor to Angular and NgRx. He writes for AngularInDepth and mentors at Dotnettricks. He is creator of ng deploy package for Netlify and part of NestJSAddons core team.
Senior UI Developer, LogiNext
Dewansh is Sr. UI/ UX developer @ LogiNext. He specializes in the implementation and architecting interactive map visualizations, highly engaging UX and real-time applications atop frameworks like Angular, AngularJs, React, Firebase and many more.
Senior Software Engineer, deskera
Jinal Shah is the co-founder of Brainoorja Creations (www.brainoorja.com) and a corporate trainer imparting knowledge on various cutting-edge technologies, such as – Node JS, Angular, ionic2, and Bot framework. His IT skills and continuous contribution to the developer community has earned him Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable Professional) Award. Jinal is having a B.E. degree in Computer Science, and is actively associated with academics and training programs for students enrolled in various IT courses in various technical institutions.
software Engineer, 7N
Shivprasad Koirala has authored more than 20 books and 1000 articles. He is well known among .NET developers for his .NET interview question book. He is an ex-Microsoft MVP. He is the founder of www.questpond.com
* Fruits will be available throughout the day by the water tables.
Last Date : 10 December 2019
Last Date : 10 February, 2020
Last Date : 20 February, 2020
Note: Tickets once booked cannot be canceled or refunded. No such requests will be entertained.
If you buy more than 25 tickets, your team is entitled to have 4 Hrs free talk on Advanced Angular concepts by the organizer of ng-India, Dhananjay Kumar. On your premises. You will have to only take care of Travelling and Accommodation. Either you can provide customized agenda or choose from following topics,
1, CBD Maharaj Surajmal Road, Near Yamuna Sports Complex, Delhi 110 032, India
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Words like “crazy”, “dumb”, “insane” or “lame” are examples of ableist language, devaluating people who have physical or mental disabilities. Its appearance often stems not from any intentional desire to offend, but from our innate sense of what it means to be normal. These words can be avoided by using more fitting, clearer descriptions of what we want to communicate.
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