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Minko Gechev

Google

Minko Gechev is the technical lead and manager of the Angular DevRel team at Google. He is passionate about computer science, open-source frameworks, libraries, and performance tooling.

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The State of Angular




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The State of Angular



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The State of Angular



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The State of Angular




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