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Santosh Yadav

Santosh is a GDE for Angular, he is an open-source contributor for Angular, NgRx, and Writer at AngularInDepth and DotNetTricks.

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2 September 202013 min read
My journey into Tech

Last week I tweeted on Twitter how I am moving from a Slum where I lived for 29 years to a multi-story apartment on rent. The tech community on Twitter responded with nothing but the love. Dan Wahlin posted that he would love to hear more about my story.

motivationpost-image
2 September 202013 min read
My journey into Tech

Last week I tweeted on Twitter how I am moving from a Slum where I lived for 29 years to a multi-story apartment on rent. The tech community on Twitter responded with nothing but the love. Dan Wahlin posted that he would love to hear more about my story.

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motivationpost-imageMy journey into Tech

2 September 2020

13 min read

Last week I tweeted on Twitter how I am moving from a Slum where I lived for 29 years to a multi-story apartment on rent. The tech community on Twitter responded with nothing but the love. Dan Wahlin posted that he would love to hear more about my story.

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3 August 20206 min read
Angular 10 - Towards the Better future for Angular

Angular 10 is released, many developers sent me messages asking we cannot see any features, yes there was no big feature, but sometimes you need to take some time to prepare for a better future, and this is what Angular 10 release was all about.

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29 June 20204 min read
Improved Error Logging by the Angular AOT Compiler

For the years, one of the biggest pain in Angular was to debug, because of the error message, there was no clear stack trace where the actual error is. Ivy improved it a lot, because of the locality principle, and gives us the line number too.

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27 March 20207 min read
Stop Using Shared Material Module

This article describes an experiment that shows why using the SharedMaterial module in all Angular modules is a bad idea that leads to an increased bundle size.