Angular Kharkiv Meetup #10 | Online – Agenda

Daxx is thrilled to invite all Angular and JS fans to the jubilee Angular Kharkiv Meetup #10 | Online. On April 29th, you’ll have a chance to listen to the experienced Angular lady speakers: Katerina Skroumpelou, Maria Korneeva, and Bonnie Brennan. Participation is free, but registration is required. Jump in!

Angular Kharkiv Meetup #10 will be like no other. The organizers decided to dedicate it to #womenintech, so get ready to listen to the renowned Angular lady speakers and their topics. Catch all the details down below!

  • WHEN: April 29 (18:00-21:00)
  • WHERE: online
  • REGISTRATION is here.


Katerina is a Google Developer Expert for Angular, Web Technologies and the Google Maps Platform, and a software engineer at Narwhal. She likes to mix and match web technologies, experimenting with new things, and open sources her code for the general good. Being an active member of the Angular family, she speaks at international conferences and is the co-founder of the Angular Athens meetup. She is also involved with supporting diversity in the community. She is indigenous to the internet, and she loves web development. Follow Katerina on Twitter.

The topic of her speech: “Nx for Angular CLI Users.” By now, you’ve probably heard of Nx from Nrwl. You might know that it’s a toolkit based on top of Angular CLI, and it’s great for developing monorepos. But there’s so much more to Nx than just monorepos! In this talk, Jeff Cross and Katerina Skroumpelou will talk about everything Nx does to help you develop any Angular application better and faster.

Angular Kharkiv Meetup #10 - Skrpoumpelou

MARIA KORNEEVA: “Catch Me if You Can!” — HTTP Error Handling in Angular”

Maria is a Frontend Technology Lead at Aleri Solutions (Cologne). She currently focuses on delivering robust and user-friendly Angular applications at an enterprise scale. In her spare time, she writes articles for ng-conf and tweets about frontend tech on Twitter.

Maria will present a topic: “Catch Me if You Can!” — HTTP Error Handling in Angular.” “To err is human”, so as long as humans write code, we have to learn how to handle HTTP errors in our web applications. At Angular Kharkiv Meetup #10, Maria is going to present error types, corresponding error handling options, and useful RxJs operators.

BONNIE BRENNAN: “Angular Nation — You Can Sit with Us!”

Bonnie is an Angular GDE from Texas, now living in Europe with her daughter, Sam. After years of international conferences and expert enterprise consulting, Bonnie ventured out with Sam to teach Angular in a new way. They launched Angular Nation in 2020, where developers can collaborate, ask questions, and nerd out with other Angular fans! Read Bonnie on Twitter.

Bonnie will give a speech “Angular Nation — You Can Sit with Us!”. Angular Nation is about to celebrate its first anniversary, and you’re invited! They’re hosting tons of free community events, free community initiatives, and premium architect training. Bonnie will run you through a brief overview of a few recent events and what they’ve got coming up next.

Angular Kharkiv Meetup #10 - Brennan


18:00 — Intro

18:10 — Katerina Skroumpelou (@psybercity) — “Nx for Angular CLI Users”

19:00 — Maria Korneeva (@BrowserPerson) — “Catch Me if You Can! — HTTP Error Handling in Angular”

20:00 — Bonnie Brennan (@bonnster75) — “Angular Nation — You Can Sit with Us!”

*All presentations will be held in English.

The agenda is set in Ukrainian, GMT+2, timezone.

Participation is free but registration is required. Register here.

Join the event on Facebook so you won’t miss a thing.

Giveaway from Daxx!

All the participants of the meetup have a chance to win Sony Premium Noise Cancelling Headphones from Daxx. Please fill out this short form to participate in the giveaway. You have to be present at the meetup at the time of the lottery. Good luck!

Angular Kharkiv Meetup #10 - giveaway from Daxx

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See you all online!

Sit back and watch the recordings from Angular Kharkiv Meetup #9 here.

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