Michael Whelan

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Learning AngularJS

AngularJS seems to be getting a lot of momentum at the moment and I think it is going to be a really useful thing to know. We have several “meet up” groups for it here in London and I’ve noticed a lot more jobs requiring it. I am currently learning Angular through Thinkful. I blogged recently about the great experience I had with their Front-End Web Development course, and I'm already impressed with the depth of coverage of this course. It doesn’t just cover Angular, but also gets into testing – something I am a huge fan of – and build tools like Gulp and Bower.

I normally blog about C# and things I have a lot of experience with but I thought it might be interesting to blog about AngularJS while I am learning it. All the code I write for the course will be on GitHub so why not try to learn in the open?

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This post will serve as the index for the series. I will update it each time I write a new post in the series.

First exercise: A JavaScript Calculator

AngularJS Data Binding

About Michael Whelan

Michael Whelan is a Technical Lead with over 20 years’ experience in building (and testing!) applications on the Microsoft stack. He is passionate about applying agile development practices, such as BDD and continuous delivery, to agile processes. These days his primary focus is ASP.Net MVC Core and Azure. He contributes to a number of open source frameworks through TestStack.

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