I decided to attend Aliaksei’s workshop to get an understanding on how Angular works, what it could offer and (unconsciously) comparing it against what I knew about React. I particularly appreciated the soft introduction and the broad context before diving into more technicalities.
In my specific session, the attendees were an odd variety of people coming from different backgrounds, very far from each other:
- Those who were already familiar with Angular.
- Those coming from different frameworks/libraries.
- Those with no experience at all other than platforms such as wix, shopify, squarespace or similar.
I guess that was a surprisingly heterogeneous public to Aliaksei, so he started explaining things from a “high level” view of what Angular is and what it proposes to solve. Only then proceeded with the framework core concepts, its CLI, the idea of building reusable components, the most common directives and, in general, the Angular constructs.
In a world with so many tools, frameworks and libraries, it’s easy to feel discouraged and unsure on what technology to commit to. I would definitely recommend this workshop to whoever is at the beginning of their Front End path or already midway through it. It provides a wide overview on how many tools Angular has under its belt
I absolutely loved the workshop and learned a lot. Aliaksei is an excellent teacher with considerable experience. He truly knows his subject and is very passionate about it. His teaching methodology is perfectly structured and very easy to follow. Aliaksei has a charming and friendly teaching style. Thanks a lot one more time 😊
I attended Aliaksei workshop early 2020 and, at that time, I had very little knowledge of Front-End development. I would definitely recommend this workshop to whoever is at the beginning of their Front End path or already midway through it. It provides a wide overview on how many tools Angular has under its belt and best practices.