Personally I think I learn best when jumping into a project, but now that I've finished a small project I'd like to compare my experiences against decisions others would have made.
* declaring / organizing models
* nesting controllers / inheriting scope / implementing a service
* when is it worth writing directives
* using partial views
I'd love to have three or four small app presentations, with a few minutes of feedback from the audience.
I work for a smallish team at Nordstrom. We hope to port our project to Angular.
New to AngularJS, but very impressed so far
Getting back into actively coding after a few years in management.
I'm Sirius. I love kittens and puppies but prefer to go it solo.
Data analyst during the day, web dev by night.
Front end designer - looking forward to knowing more about Angularjs
Developer at HasOffers.
Web developer for SeedCode.
C# & SQL Developer. Playing around with Dart/Js, Angular & Node.
Backend Developer, dabbling in frontend technology
i <3 AngularJS
I hang from stuff and write code.
Web developer, new to angularjs and just want to jump in and start learning.