Week 2 of the Sydney FireBootcamp started with Paul Glavich speaking to our students on AngularJS.
Paul is an ASP .NET MVP and the CTO of Saasu one of Australia’s largest online accounting services built on the .NET platform.
In this his session Paul taught the teams how to get started with AngularJS and provide a broad view of many of the features and concepts that make this library ever increasing in popularity.
Watch and learn Angular JS for .NET from one of the best.
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About the speakers
Paul is currently an ASP.NET MVP and works as a Chief Technology Officer (CTO) for Saasu (saasu.com). Previously he was a senior consultant for readify, and prior to that a technical architect for EDS Australia. He has over 20 years of industry experience ranging PICK, C, C++, Delphi and Visual Basic 3/4/5/6 to his current speciality in .Net with C#, ASP.NET and WCF
Paul has been developing in .Net technologies since .Net was first in Beta and was technical architect for one of the worlds first internet banking solutions using .Net technology.
Paul has authored a total of 3 books, Beginning AJAX in ASP.NET, Beginning Microsoft ASP.NET AJAX, and the latest book on .Net Performance Testing and Optimisation. He is currently focusing on Microsoft ASP.NET AJAX and Windows Communication Foundation technologies.
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