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Get some AngularJs chops

On the agenda...

6:30pm - 7:00pm -- Meet and mingle

7:00pm - 8:00pm -- The Art of AngularJs - Matt Raible

AngularJS is one of today's hottest JavaScript MVC Frameworks. In this session, we'll explore many concepts it brings to the world of client-side development: dependency injection, directives, filters, routing and two-way data binding. We'll also look at its recommended testing tools and build systems. Finally, you'll learn about my experience developing several real-world applications using AngularJS, HTML5 and Bootstrap.

8:15pm - 8:30pm   -- Break and raffle

9:00pm - 10:pm     -- Open discussions

This should be a total gas! Matt is a good friend and one of my favorite speakers.

See you all in a few weeks!

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Came across this post in JavaScript Weekly this morning. Pretty much exactly as advertised. It has some interesting background information and definitely useful for the less technical crowd (like me) e.g. I didn't know it's effectively 100% from Google.

    There's some good points for anyone trying to get their company to embrace Angular over other frameworks.


    An Overview of AngularJS for Managers

    February 28, 2014

  • John T.

    I left at 9 so maybe missed announcements... but I have one: I am looking for my next gig. There. :)

    February 27, 2014

  • Fernand G.

    Thank you all for coming out last night and bearing with me in honoring Jim Weirich. This was a great venue, special thanks to my friend Matt Raible for an awesome presentation and attendees for their great fellowship.

    Here are some details about the slides and mentions:

    Matt's Blog post:
    Matt's slides:

    My tribute video to Jim and the jeep story:

    Source Control Made Easy by Jim Weirich
    The folks at PragProg are kindly donating 100% of the proceeds to Jim's family.

    February 27, 2014

  • Joe S.

    I had to leave early but I really want to go over the rest of the slides... Is it possible to post them? Also, great talk, I wish I could have stayed till the end - the half I got to see was really interesting and well presented.

    February 26, 2014

  • John R.

    Terrific, rich and constrained presentation with well-chosen Angular goodies and addition. Rich but still easy to follow and very well-presented. SUPER JOB!

    February 26, 2014

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