Lighthouse to Build Best in Class Websites | Mad Science with Angular Compiler

Date: 
Tuesday, February 20, 2018 - 18:00
Source: 
GDG San Francisco
Attendees: 
124
City: 
San Francisco

• What we'll do
Agenda :
6:00pm - 7:00pm Check-in and networking over food and drinks
Evening Question: What is one thing you are good at, one thing want to get better at?
7:00pm: Talks
Using Lighthouse to Build Best in Class Websites
Mad Science with the Angular Compiler


Talk: Using Lighthouse to Build Best in Class Websites
Description: It's hard being a web developer these days- with new best practices, standards, and frameworks coming out, so much so that it's really hard to understand how to make a great web app. Fear no more- Lighthouse can help you build great, fast, and accessible web apps. Come learn about what Lighthouse is, what it can do, and how to get started. Talk: Mad Science with the Angular Compiler
Description: One of the most unique features of Angular is the way it performs change detection. The template of each individual component in the app gets transpiled to efficient JavaScript which makes the dirty checking algorithm "obviously fast".

About the Speakers:

Vinamrata Singal is an Associate Product Manager (APM) on the Chrome Platform team, working on Lighthouse. Previously, she used to work on Google Station, a product aimed at working with local ISPs, SIs, and venues to bring wifi to emerging markets. Specifically, she was the product manager leading a team to launch Google Station in Indonesia, partnering with CBN and Fiberstar. Vinamrata holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Stanford University, focusing on Human-Computer Interaction. Minko Gechev is co-founder of Rhyme.com and has a big passion for open source. He loves to experiment with theoretical computer science concepts and apply them in practice. Minko teaches, speaks and writes about JavaScript and Angular. Some of the projects he works on are his books “Switching to Angular 2”, "Getting started with Angular", codelyzer, the official Angular style guide, angular-seed and many others.


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