I agree with Jason that you should also give a first name or initial with the last name to differentiate it from yours (or anyone else mentioned who shares that last name). This advice is geared for times when you cite two or more authors with the same surname, but it works when one of the surnames is the paper author (you).
In addition to this, you can ...
From the MLA Handbook, 8th ed., p. 55:
There are circumstances in which a citation like "(Baron 194)" doesn't provide enough information to lead ambiguously to a specific entry. If you borrow from works by more than one author with the same last name (e.g., Naomi Baron and Sabrina Alcorn Baron), eliminate ambiguity in the citation by adding the authors's ...
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A possible workflow to resolve your problem would be, in order:
1. Check if there is a "how to cite" section and copy it
This is often the case for most datasets, or for some documents.
2. Check if there is a licence
For Angular, it says: Copyright (c) 2010-2019 ...