Hello, I am Yannick Baron

I’m a software engineer with a passion for teaching and I have worked with many different technologies over the past 20 years. Striving for continuous improvement in everything I do, I developed a passion for clean software design and architecture that I’d love to share with you. Whether it is tips on improving your productivity, clean Angular architecture, making you comfortable with Git, or diving deep into the list of operators in RxJS – there’s a lot of practical, hands-on help I can offer you and your team.

Feel free to reach out to me directly via yannick.baron@thinktecture.com. I’m looking forward to working with you!

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Managing Your Collections With the EntityAdapter: @ngrx/entity-Series – Part 1
This three-part series of blogposts is targeted at developers who have already gained experience with NgRx but still manage their collections themselves. In the first part I introduce the Entity Adapter, in the second part I show you how to connect it to NgRx and in the third part how to do it with the Component Store as well.
Configuring Lazy Loaded Angular Modules
Making our Angular modules configurable is an important step in building a reusable architecture. Having used Angular for a while you might be familiar with the commonly used forRoot() and forChild() functions, that some modules provide you with. But what is the best way to provide configuration in these cases?
NgRx – An Angular Architect’s First Experiences
A big topic in SPA development is how to manage your application state. The solution often presented is the NgRx library. This article is not a guide, endorsement, or thorough evaluation of the technology. Instead, I want to share some experiences I have made with the store and give some references if you consider picking it up or already using it in a project.
Rebase Onto – When Dropping Commits Makes Sense: Git In Practice – Part 3
In the previous articles of this series, I showed you some of the capabilities of interactive rebase. I mentioned that you can also drop commits when rebasing. In this article, I would like to demonstrate scenarios in which that makes sense and a short-cut to achieve what we want.

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