SSW Solution Architect Jean Thirion is joined by Jennifer Wadella who shows us how to dynamically insert & remove Form Controls in Angular.

About the speakers

About the speakers

Jean Thirion & Jennifer Wadella

Jean Thirion

Jean is a SSW Solution Architect . His main fields of expertise are SharePoint Applications, Angular, ​React and .NETCore.

His deep knowledge of SharePoint's many capabilities, combined with the latest technologies (Angular, React, SPFx), let him propose high-quality tailored SharePoint Applications to clients.

Jean has been working with SharePoint for the past 6 years, in France, Luxembourg, and now Australia. He has been involved with a wide variety of projects, from small companies to international firms, in both private and public sectors.

Jennifer Wadella

Jennifer Wadella has been writing code since before she realized it was a credible career path. She currently works as the lead front-end developer at a legal tech startup and loves building javascript applications + speaking at technical conferences. Jennifer is an active member of the KC tech community and the founder of Kansas City Women in Technology(KCWiT), an organization aimed at growing the number of women in technology careers in Kansas City. She's created a number of programs for KCWiT to help women and girls learn to code including CoderDojoKC, Coding & Cupcakes and Coding & Cocktails. She is a Silicon Prairie Champion Award Nominee, Rising Trendsetter STEMMy award-winner, and is apparently Missouri's Coolest Woman according to Pure Wow. She doesn't blog, but she can handle 140 characters - @likeOMGitsFEDAY

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