AMP 17: Angular Performance Success with Michael Hladky

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Hi everyone, this is Dariusz Kalbarczyk co-founder of NG-Poland.pl & JS-Poland.pl. Welcome back to Agular Master Podcast. Today we have some special guests from Vienna, Austria: Trainer and consultant #Angular #NestJS #rxjs #TypeScript hi is #GDE #MVP & performance engineer. Ladies and gentlemen: Michael Rx Hladky

Questions from this episode:

1. Where to start with a performance in Angular?

2. Is SSR a good choice for performance?

3. Can we do additional improvements?

4. Let’s talk about zone.js & NgZone

5. What is ChangeDetection, and should we care about it?

6. Change detection & IVY features

7. detectChanges vs markForCheck

8. How would you measure the difference in the change detection process?

9. How can we refactor an application to go fully zone-less, is it even possible?

10. Can you name some Best & Bad performance practices?

11. Are there any example repositories to see real life implementations?

(https://github.com/tastejs/angular-movies)

12. What kind of person is Michael? How do you see yourself?

13. Do you have some hints for us regarding self-organization?

14. Do you have any favorite hobbies?

15. What’s about your work/live balance? Do you have some hints for us?

16. Favorite sports activity?

17. How do you remember your last visit to Poland?

18. You run 4-day workshops, very intensive workshops, how do you regenerate after such a lot of effort?

19. What are you planning for NG / JS Poland?

https://ng-poland.pl
https://js-poland.pl
https://angularmaster.dev
https://www.angulararchitects.io
https://workshopfest.dev

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