events

A 16-post collection

Angular and VS Code Training in May/June

Do you want to learn Angular from 0 to 60? Maybe you know Angular and want to go a little deeper into architecture patterns and NgRx. Or maybe you want to learn how to maximize your JavaScript and Web skills with VS Code. Join me for one of my upcoming workshops on beginner and advanced training on Angular and VS Code! Limited space is available. These are the last workshops I'll be hosting for the Spring in both the USA and Europe. Here is the short list, with full details below. VS Code Can Do That (1 day) - May 15 @ Atlanta, GA, USA Angular Essentials (2 day beginner to intermediate) - May 16-17 @ Atlanta, GA, USA Angular Fundamentals (1...


Sharing Slides Online

We often share slides online. There are several tools that handle this, but none seem to retain all of the intended experience. Why so hard?! The viewer should be able to experience the presentation as it was intended by the author. Click and watch without any loss. For example, many of them do not retain animations. Even if they do retain some animations, some are almost always lost. This is likely because the tools we create them with don't handle them in a consistent manner. I use a lot of subtle transitions, animations, and animated gifs in my presentations - and often these are part of the presentation's experience. Here is a quick comparison of some of the slide sharing...


Learning Angular 2 this Fall

Modern Web development techniques keep moving forward: Angular 2, RxJS, TypeScript, ES2016/2017. It can be daunting to keep up with the constant progression of web technology, but it is also very much worth it as what we can build also improves. It is a great time to learn how to build apps with Angular 2 using Dependency Injection, providers, data binding, RxJS, Components, Modules, Services, and more! If you are looking to learn the modern Web techniques with Angular 2, ES2016/ES2017, TypeScript and more you can catch one of the many events coming this Fall. Here are several events I'll be at, and some discount codes (where applicable). I hope to see you at one of these! Ultimate...


17 Minute Angular 2 App

Last week I had the privilege of coding an Angular 2 app in front of the live audience at the 3rd annual ngConf event. I had a lot of fun and, perhaps luckily, I didn't make any major mistakes :) More importantly, I believe this session shines a light on the seven most fundamental aspects that we need to build an Angular 2 app. Modules Components Templates Data Binding Structural Directives Services Dependency Injection Watch the video of my session, An Angular 2 Force Awakens, here. If you enjoyed this, please join me and Dan Wahlin at our full day Angular 2 workshop in Barcelona in July. We all love tools that help use code more efficiently, so stick around for...


Immerse Yourself in Angular, MEAN, ASP.NET, and Gulp

Let's go to ludicrous speed! The Web is evolving at such an amazing pace that it's difficult to keep up with everything that is around us. When you have precious little time, how do you know what to focus on? One great way is to come to AngleBrackets! Next month (April 13-16) I will be joined by my friends Dan Wahlin and Ward Bell to present some awesome sessions at AngleBrackets in Orlando. Dan and I will be presenting a full day workshop on Angular, then I'll also be presenting or co-presenting these sessions: AngularJS in 60 Minutes-ish Big Gulp! Task Automation with Gulp, Node and JavaScript AngularJS Patterns MEAN: The MongoDb, Express, Angular...