It is a 1 hour online event where you will learn all you need to get started with Angular. You will learn about the ecosystem, tooling and also how to set up the development environment and how to create your first ever Angular app!
Have you just graduated after a coding bootcamp or a programming course and getting ready to land your first tech job? Are you a backend or frontend developer who wants to get into Angular ? Do you want to reduce the learning curve to become sufficient with Angular? Do you want to be more competitive to improve your career prospects/income?
If so, then Angular Getting Started is for you!
Here’s what to expect when you attend the Angular Getting Started:
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Hi! My name is Aliaksei Kuncevic, I am a GDE, MIT and Software Engineer with more than 15 years industry experience. Over 15 years of my software engineering career I have delivered dozens of software projects and developed complex enterprise solutions.
I was an early adopter and contributor to the Angular and Angular CLI. My obsession with modern front end development made Angular the primary technology I used to build real-world web applications for my clients for many years.
Also a regular speaker about Angular-related topics and Web Technology. You may have seen me sharing my Angular expertise and practical knowledge at the various events. The host of Angular Rocks podcast and an NGXS core team member.
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I’m only available to handle a small number of students at once. Scheduling is first-come, first served. The sooner you apply, the sooner you will have the answers you need to get started with Angular.