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John Papa

Developer Advocate

John Papa is a dedicated father and husband, a professional Web Developer, and avid OSS and community advocate. He currently is a Developer Advocate for Microsoft and has formerly worked for Disney on several web and mobile applications that you may be using. His passions are coding and teaching modern web technologies and enjoying everything Disney with his family. John is a co-host of the Real Talk JavaScript podcast, author of the Angular Style Guide, and many popular Pluralsight courses.

My Sessions

Angular for Architects: Data Patterns (Day 0) How do you follow the best practices and set yourself up to successfully maintain your application? Are you meeting your business requirements and considering resiliency patterns? How do you log critical app activity, manage shared state, and design your components? Once you graduate from Angular fundamentals it’s time […]

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Angular for Architects: Component Patterns (Day 1) How do you follow the best practices and set yourself up to successfully maintain your application? Are you meeting your business requirements and considering resiliency patterns? How do you log critical app activity, manage shared state, and design your components? Once you graduate from Angular fundamentals it’s time […]

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Angular for Architects: Full Stack Patterns (Day 2) How do you follow the best practices and set yourself up to successfully maintain your application? Are you meeting your business requirements and considering resiliency patterns? How do you log critical app activity, manage shared state, and design your components? Once you graduate from Angular fundamentals it’s […]

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Can you design your app to load progressively and predictively, creating a fast and immersive user experience that steps in time? Impossible you say? “Everything is possible, even the impossible.” (- Mary Poppins) Your users care about how fast your app works. Learn how to load just what they need when they need it, adapt […]

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