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S1 E35 - Angular Team Follow-Up with Stephen Fluin & Jules Kremer

The Angular Plus Show

As a follow-up to Ep. 020 - Building Communication Between the Angular Team & the Community - we sat down with Stephen Fluin and Jules Kremer of the Angular team to continue the conversation on the present and future of Angular. You can check out Ep. 020 right here 👉 http://bit.ly/AngularShowEp20Show Notes:► https://blog.angular.io/a-roadmap-for-angular-1b4fa996a771

1hr 12mins

14 Oct 2020

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A Visit with Stephen Fluin

Angular Air

Stephen Fluin stops by to chat about the latest in Angular and his new super-experimental project. https://BundleSize.dev--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/angularair/support

1hr

29 Apr 2020

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ngAir 204 - State of Angular with Stephen Fluin

Angular Air

Stephen Fluin joins us to give an update on the current state of Angular, the upcoming version 8 release, and what the future holds for the platform.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/angularair/support

55mins

28 May 2019

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Podcast Ep. #006 - Interview With Stephen Fluin - Improving Angular Application Performance

Ionic Class Podcast

Stephen Fluin, a Developer Advocate and Developer Relations Lead on the Angular Team at Google and I had a technical discussion on performance when it comes to building Angular applications.CreditsSmile (feat. Kasey Andre) by Joakim Karud youtube.com/joakimkarudMusic promoted by Audio Library youtu.be/3WvjBdjcvj0For Mimi by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (For Mimi by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: www.twinmusicom.org/

35mins

29 Sep 2018

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AiA 189: Angular Contributor with Tracy Lee and Stephen Fluin

Adventures in Angular

Panel: John Papa Joe Eames Special Guests: Tracy Lee and Stephen FluinIn this episode of Adventures in Angular, the panel talks to Tracy Lee and Steven Fluin about Angular Contributor Days. They talk about what Angular Contributor Days is, why they decided to create it, and the changes they have made since last year’s Contributor Days. They also touch on the importance of empowering developers to contribute to the Angular community in their own way and giving them a place to have their voice be heard.In particular, we dive pretty deep on: What is Angular Contributor Days? Celebrate and recognize Angular community Angular Now online so more people can participate ContributorDays.com Sending out a survey What is the point of Contributor Days? Angular has a rich ecosystem of collaboration Talking about education Angular Bootcamp Angular Core team panel Who should attend this event? Awesome way to discover this ecosystem Helping people feel empowered Is attending in person the only way to participate? It is all online this year Empowering people to contribute in their own way Tough to work with everyone’s time zone The event will be fully recorded Contributor days for a majority of the JavaScript ecosystem Everyone gets their voice heard Adoption is not the goal Breaking down walls as developers And much, much more! Links:  Angular Contributor Days Angular ContributorDays.com Angular Bootcamp JavaScript Demo’s with Angular @stephenfluin Fluin.io Stephen’s GitHub @ladyleet Tracy’s Medium Tracy’s GitHub Picks:Joe Barking Up the Wrong Tree by Eric Barker John Embossing Tape Tracy Framework Summit Node Collaborator Summit JS Interactive Stephen update.angular.io Special Guests: Stephen Fluin and Tracy Lee.

42mins

15 May 2018

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AiA 189: Angular Contributor with Tracy Lee and Stephen Fluin

Adventures in Angular

Panel: John Papa Joe Eames Special Guests: Tracy Lee and Stephen FluinIn this episode of Adventures in Angular, the panel talks to Tracy Lee and Steven Fluin about Angular Contributor Days. They talk about what Angular Contributor Days is, why they decided to create it, and the changes they have made since last year’s Contributor Days. They also touch on the importance of empowering developers to contribute to the Angular community in their own way and giving them a place to have their voice be heard.In particular, we dive pretty deep on: What is Angular Contributor Days? Celebrate and recognize Angular community Angular Now online so more people can participate ContributorDays.com Sending out a survey What is the point of Contributor Days? Angular has a rich ecosystem of collaboration Talking about education Angular Bootcamp Angular Core team panel Who should attend this event? Awesome way to discover this ecosystem Helping people feel empowered Is attending in person the only way to participate? It is all online this year Empowering people to contribute in their own way Tough to work with everyone’s time zone The event will be fully recorded Contributor days for a majority of the JavaScript ecosystem Everyone gets their voice heard Adoption is not the goal Breaking down walls as developers And much, much more! Links:  Angular Contributor Days Angular ContributorDays.com Angular Bootcamp JavaScript Demo’s with Angular @stephenfluin Fluin.io Stephen’s GitHub @ladyleet Tracy’s Medium Tracy’s GitHub Picks:Joe Barking Up the Wrong Tree by Eric Barker John Embossing Tape Tracy Framework Summit Node Collaborator Summit JS Interactive Stephen update.angular.io Special Guests: Stephen Fluin and Tracy Lee.

42mins

15 May 2018

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ngAir 159 - Angular Contributor Days with Tracy Lee and Stephen Fluin

Angular Air

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59mins

4 May 2018

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MAS 031: Stephen Fluin

Devchat.tv Episode Roundup

Panel: Charles Max Wood Guest: Stephen Fluin This week on My Angular Story, Charles speaks with Stephen Fluin. Stephen is a developer advocate on the Angular Core Team at Google. His role has two parts: to help developers and organizations be successful with Angular and to reflect the needs of those developers and understand what it’s like to actually build apps in the real world onto the team so that they can make the right product decisions as they continue to build out Angular. He first got into programming when he was 8 years old and he was interested in how computer games were created and started creating his own games in C and C++. In particular, We dive pretty deep on: Stephen intro Tries to be in the “weeds of things” as much as possible How did you first get into programming? Learned originally in C and C++ Built a MUD First discovered the Web in High Shcool PHP, HTML, and CSS in High School Studied Computer Science in College Revisited his MUD in college and made it more complex Ready Player One by Ernest Cline How did you get into JavaScript and Angular? DataTables Loves the simplicity of JavaScript Server-side vs client-side The introduction of phones Disruptors TypeScript How did you get on the Angular team? What does a typical day look like? And much, much more! Links: Angular Angular Core Team Ready Player One by Ernest Cline JavaScript DataTables TypeScript @StephenFluin Stephen’s GitHub Picks: Charles NgConf Ready Player One by Ernest Cline Audible DevChat.tv/YouTube Stephen Troll Attack Angular Update Guide

37mins

4 Apr 2018

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MAS 031: Stephen Fluin

My Angular Story

Panel: Charles Max WoodGuest: Stephen FluinThis week on My Angular Story, Charles speaks with Stephen Fluin. Stephen is a developer advocate on the Angular Core Team at Google. His role has two parts: to help developers and organizations be successful with Angular and to reflect the needs of those developers and understand what it’s like to actually build apps in the real world onto the team so that they can make the right product decisions as they continue to build out Angular. He first got into programming when he was 8 years old and he was interested in how computer games were created and started creating his own games in C and C++.In particular, We dive pretty deep on: Stephen intro Tries to be in the “weeds of things” as much as possible How did you first get into programming? Learned originally in C and C++ Built a MUD First discovered the Web in High Shcool PHP, HTML, and CSS in High School Studied Computer Science in College Revisited his MUD in college and made it more complex Ready Player One by Ernest Cline How did you get into JavaScript and Angular? DataTables Loves the simplicity of JavaScript Server-side vs client-side The introduction of phones Disruptors TypeScript How did you get on the Angular team? What does a typical day look like? And much, much more! Links: Angular Angular Core Team Ready Player One by Ernest Cline JavaScript DataTables TypeScript @StephenFluin Stephen’s GitHub Picks:Charles NgConf Ready Player One by Ernest Cline Audible DevChat.tv/YouTube Stephen Troll Attack Angular Update Guide

37mins

4 Apr 2018

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MAS 031: Stephen Fluin

Adventures in Angular

Panel: Charles Max Wood Guest: Stephen Fluin This week on My Angular Story, Charles speaks with Stephen Fluin. Stephen is a developer advocate on the Angular Core Team at Google. His role has two parts: to help developers and organizations be successful with Angular and to reflect the needs of those developers and understand what it’s like to actually build apps in the real world onto the team so that they can make the right product decisions as they continue to build out Angular. He first got into programming when he was 8 years old and he was interested in how computer games were created and started creating his own games in C and C++. In particular, We dive pretty deep on: Stephen intro Tries to be in the “weeds of things” as much as possible How did you first get into programming? Learned originally in C and C++ Built a MUD First discovered the Web in High Shcool PHP, HTML, and CSS in High School Studied Computer Science in College Revisited his MUD in college and made it more complex Ready Player One by Ernest Cline How did you get into JavaScript and Angular? DataTables Loves the simplicity of JavaScript Server-side vs client-side The introduction of phones Disruptors TypeScript How did you get on the Angular team? What does a typical day look like? And much, much more! Links: Angular Angular Core Team Ready Player One by Ernest Cline JavaScript DataTables TypeScript @StephenFluin Stephen’s GitHub Picks: Charles NgConf Ready Player One by Ernest Cline Audible DevChat.tv/YouTube Stephen Troll Attack Angular Update Guide

37mins

4 Apr 2018

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