This time around for the #AngularJSTO meetup we have 2 talks and a networking session at the Mozilla Community Space. Core Developer at the AngularJS Project: Matias Niemelä, plus Rangle.io (http://rangle.io/)'s CTO, Yuri Takhteyev, will be sharing their knowledge with us. Special thanks to our sponsor Cetaris (http://www.cetaris.com/) and to our fantastic host, Mozilla!
Further details will be announced as they are confirmed.
7PM: Doors open + mingling
7:15 PM: Nick Van Weerdenburg, CEO at Rangle.io (http://www.rangle.io/): Opening Remarks
7:20: Matias Niemelä: “Forms in AngularJS: ngModelOptions and async validators”
Matias will discuss forms (ngModelOptions and async validators) since those are new features in 1.3.
Matias Niemelä is a core developer on the AngularJS project, working primarily on animations, tutorials and documentation as well as core-level contributions. While not working on AngularJS, Matias raises the bar on tech blogging via his website yearofmoo.com (http://www.yearofmoo.com/). He also performs speaking engagements, attends meetups and hosts pair programming tutoring sessions. He lives in Toronto and has over 10 years of solid full-stack web development experience.
8:20 PM: Yuri Takhteyev: "Developing Custom Directives"
Angular's directives, including the ability to write your own, are often billed as one of the key benefits of the framework, but when is it actually the right time to write your own custom directives? I will look at the costs and benefits of using directives in different scenarios, in particular in comparison to using controllers.
Yuri Takhteyev is the CTO at rangle.io (http://rangle.io/) and a former faculty member at the University of Toronto. His interests span software architecture and global software development culture. Yuri’s book on software development in Brazil (codingplaces.net (http://codingplaces.net/)) was published by the MIT Press in 2012. His other work has appeared in academic journals and in popular publications such as foreignaffairs.com (http://foreignaffairs.com/).
9:15 PM: Nick's closing remarks.
We hope to see you there! If you would like to speak about your own AngularJS work experiences with the community, please fill out this submission form ( http://tinyurl.com/AJSTO-Speaker ) and we’ll be in touch!
Case studies, technical overviews, demos, and short talks are all appreciated. Tweet insights from the talks using the #AngularJSTO hashtag. Check out some videos of the talks on youtube (https://www.youtube.com/user/rangleio).
Nick Van Weerdenburg
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