Joe Eames
Joe Eames
Sep 30 · 2 min read

With 2019’s event in hindsight, we have our sights set on next year’s conference on April 1, 2, and 3rd. Will Ivy be here by then? We hope so, but we can’t see the future. Will the CLI be using Bazel under the covers? That’s still blurry. But what is crystal clear is that everyday Angular is growing in popularity.

It’s time to talk to your supervisor about next year’s #ngconf. With the entire Angular team present, it’s the Angular spectacle that you won’t want to miss. And you can’t spell “Additionally, the TypeScript and RxJS teams will be there” without 4 i’s. Whether this will be your first time or seventh time attending the conference, we want to let you know that we have something special planned for you: this will be the most fun and educational #ngconf yet.

There are two things happening soon that you should be watching for.

First, early bird tickets for ng-conf 2020 go on sale on October 1st, 2019 at 10:00 AM MST. These tickets are the lowest cost tickets of the year, and they always disappear in minutes. Add the date to your calendars, as you’ll want to watch out for that. Click HERE to add a reminder to your calendar.

Second, our search for speakers is about to begin. On October 1st, 2019 at 10:00 AM MST the #ngconf2020 Call for Presenters will begin. If you think you’re ready to take the big stage and help the experts and the Angular team guide and teach the rest of us, then NOW is your time. Eat your carrots so you don’t miss your chance to be a part of the show. And if you know someone who you think is exceptional and should join the Call for Presenters, please share this information with them.

In a few weeks, we will be announcing our theme for next year’s conference. If you thought our previous events were fun, you should get ready for this next one. In fact, we’ve never been more excited about the theme than we are for this one. The entire Angular community won’t want to miss it. And stay tuned for our next emails.

The ng-conf team

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Joe Eames

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Joe Eames

Mormon, Christian, Father, CEO of Thinkster.io, Organizer of @ngconf, @frameworksummit, React Conf, Front end developer, and Software Craftsmanship Evangelist.

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