Watch our own Ben Cull discussing AngularJS with Dan Wahlin!

A captivating interview where you will learn more about:

  • The future of Angular
  • Angular extending typescript
  • Using ASP.NET with AngularJS among other things.

Dan also shares his thoughts regarding SEO portion on a single page app and future events and ‘hangouts’ for Angular enthusiasts.

A must see!

Links:

Google + AngularJS Group

Dan Wahlin’s blog

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About the speakers

About the speakers

AngularJS aficionados

Dan Wahlin founded The Wahlin Group (https://www.TheWahlinGroup.com) which provides consulting and training services on Web technologies such as JavaScript, jQuery, AngularJS, SPAs, HTML5, ASP.NET and SharePoint. He’s also one of the top authors at Pluralsight.com and has published several courses covering a range of technologies.

Dan is a Microsoft Regional Director and has been awarded Microsoft's MVP award multiple times for ASP.NET, Connected Systems and Silverlight. Dan blogs at https://weblogs.asp.net/dwahlin and writes regular columns for various technical magazines. Follow Dan on Twitter @DanWahlin.

Ben Cull is a full stack web developer with extensive experience developing enterprise software in ASP.NET MVC and SQL Server.

Ben has extensive Microsoft web development skills and experience with other web technologies. He loves making videos, more of which you can find here
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