Matt Frisbie

What Lies Ahead for AngularJS

DateThursday, November 13, 2014

Time
1pm - New York | 6pm - London | 11:30pm - Mumbai | Fri, Nov 14th at 2am - Beijing | Fri, Nov 14th at 3am - Tokyo | Fri, Nov 14th at 5am - Sydney

Presented by: Matt Frisbie

Duration: Approximately 60 minutes.

Cost: Free

After quietly appearing on the scene in 2009 as part of a cloud storage service, AngularJS has since evolved into a revolutionary single page application framework that has taken the frontend development community by storm; it has now overtaken Backbone as one of the most popular open source JavaScript frameworks. As adoption balloons and the framework continues to evolve, this webcast takes a code-level look at some of the recent framework modifications, as well as upcoming changes and additions expected in the 2.0 release and beyond.

About Matt Frisbie

Matt Frisbie is a graduate of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in computer engineering. After working at several education startups, he became interested in AngularJS, and authored several online tutorials and curriculums which became extremely popular in the Angular community. Since then, he created an AngularJS video series - available through O'Reilly Media - and has also consulted with companies using the framework on their third party library architectures. He came on as the first engineer at DoorDash, and is heavily involved in their AngularJS architecture as well as their predictive and analytic algorithms. He is an avid robotics, microcontroller, and cryptocurrency enthusiast, a marathon runner, and a lifelong musician. Twitter: @mattfriz

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