Also dipping my toes into Elixir lately, Phoenix makes it quite approachable with my Rails background.
After doing a couple startups right after school, getting into TechStars, crashing and burning, and then naturally consulting—I spun the AppBlade product that I built while employed at Raizlabs off into an independent venture. It's a cross-platform beta testing solution, enterprise app-store, and mobile device management platform. It's pretty cool, you should check it out!
I just signed on with Google; so not looking for anything right now. Will update with more details as my role comes together.
Smoke me a kipper skipper, I'll be back for breakfast.
About the talk
So you’ve got Angular Universal working in your application! Congratulations! It was quite the journey. You removed all the references to the DOM (or polyfilled them), put all the fires out, fixed your Zone.js issues (at least the ones on critical path), got through code review and everything is merged… now what? Seems like everything is just more complicated now. How does one start reaping the rewards that can come with server-side rendering?
In this session we’ll go beyond setup and walk through practical server-side rendering topics: pre-rendering, state-transfer, lazy loading, caching, headers, handling authenticated content, and when and where you might want to draw some lines so you can get the most out of Angular Universal.
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