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AngularJS resources, keeping up-to-date

Please note the address and time changes.

Topic

Learning AngularJS - resources discussion. Everything from podcasts to paid training. How to keep up with the accelerated advancements. And general Q&A.

Place

CraftTek office at 5401 W Kennedy Blvd, Suite 110, Tampa, FL 33609

Agenda

• 5:30pm : Doors open, network & food

• 6:00pm - 7:00pm : Presentation and discussion

• 7:00pm - 7:30pm : Network

Audience 

Anyone interested in building Web applications that would like to learn new skills, meet like-minded people who enjoy building Web applications and geeks. This meeting is open to everyone and everyone will feel comfortable regardless of your current skill level.

Speaker 

Kris Ivanov is Co-founder and Principal Consultant at CraftTek

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    • James B.

      Great info. Thanks!

      September 17, 2014

    • Pasha

      Thanks Kris

      September 17, 2014

  • Dylan J.

    It would be great to have some pre-meet discussion here about what resources will be covered/recommended. Not sure 1.5 hours can be productively filled with "here's a good site." Especially since these resources can change as fast as Angular itself. E.g. ng-newsletter was great, and then they stopped publishing in April; egghead provides good info, but their annual price is steep and their material seems to emphasize "first!!!!" instead of "works."

    August 31, 2014

    • Dylan J.

      It might be more "boring" than reading blog posts and watching instructional videos, but following change sets and release notes on Github should be emphasized. If you're interested in Angular from an employment perspective, there's not much better you can do than contributing to the library. Also, Misko is publishing design docs for Angular2.0 on GoogleDocs (see notes on change detection: https://docs.google.co...­). ES6 might be far away for some, but it's never never too soon to see the future.

      1 · September 8, 2014

    • Patrick C.

      The ng-newsletter is weekly now. I'm not a programmer but I have been interested in at least one topic almost every week.

      September 17, 2014

  • Richard B.

    I forgot to remove myself from the list. Working late...

    September 17, 2014

  • Rafael O.

    I thought that I could go but traffic seems to be bad. Enjoy!

    September 17, 2014

  • James L.

    Does anybody know how the traffic changes due to Obama's visit will affect the meetup? I'm up in Land O Lakes until 5pm, and if I won't be able to easily make it before the presentations start then I don't feel like interrupting :P

    September 17, 2014

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