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Deeper into Angular and Front-end tooling

This month:

Kasper Isager
Supercharge your workflow through frontend tooling

Writing Javascript applications for the browser is often a chaotic and fragmented experience. With a vast selection of technology at our disposal, bringing it all together is often time consuming and prone to error. Dependency management, code optimization, and portability are all part of the constant struggle.

Rodric Haddad
Let's Talk About Angular 

With concepts like $scope, Dependency Injection and Directives, AngularJS isn't always a walk in the park for the regular JavaScript aficionado. Rodric will walk us through these concepts, along with live demos to showcase them, and a production app built on top of the framework to put it all together.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    I appreciate both presenters share their knowledge. It was a bit sad the second presenter got his presentation hijacked a lot. I thought it was common sense to let a presenter do his presentation. But still, a good evening with interesting people.

    8 · May 14, 2014

    • Sebastien D.

      Indeed, interruption of presentation was quite frequent.
      It might be a more viable option to keep questions for the end (a period dedicated to Q&A like the first present did).

      May 15, 2014

    • Bruno C.

      I'm going to agree with you here. It's sometimes okay to have questions during the presentation (and sure enough, I believe the crowd was prompted for questions in some cases) but when pressed for time in particular, saving it for the end might be a better option.

      May 17, 2014

  • Manuel P.

    Great first time presentation. Practice does make perfect. I did love the in depth explanation. I would love to see the slides and presentation content that everyone presented today if possible.

    May 14, 2014

  • Rolland I.

    Angular presenter interrupted many times. Maybe next time beer should come after:) Great presentations! It will be a part II for angularJS?

    2 · May 14, 2014

  • Hkyip

    Not deep enough for my liking. Material presented lack a bit focus.

    May 13, 2014

    • rodyhaddad

      If it's related to the angular presentation: After talking with many people, I see what you mean by the focus issue. Thanks for the feedback!

      What topic would you want a more in depth presentation on? Maybe someone else can take up the challenge in future meetups

      May 14, 2014

  • Artem D.

    Great overall but since it was presenter's first public speach, wasn't so well organized.

    May 13, 2014

    • rodyhaddad

      Many lessons learned for next time, thanks for attending & the feedback!

      May 14, 2014

  • Simon W.

    Sorry guys! Not gonna make it again... Next time!

    May 13, 2014

  • Bruno C.

    We have pizza! Last minute pizza sponsor thanks to Radialpoint.

    1 · May 13, 2014

  • Bruno C.

    It's going to be crazy busy tonight. Make sure you get there before it starts, because seats are going to get scarce!

    1 · May 13, 2014

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