Our Next Free Gilt Tech Course: AngularJS on May 22

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Open-source, powerful and easy to use, AngularJS is an amazingly useful tool for developing web applications. We thought we’d learn more about it, and so we’ve invited Angular expert Chris Nelson of Gaslight to lead our next free tech course! On Thursday, May 22, Chris will teach us the essentials of working with Angular. In this fast-paced, full-day session, we’ll cover:

  • Test-driven Angular (unit and end-to-end)
  • Controllers and scopes
  • Using and writing filters
  • Client-side routing
  • Forms and validation
  • Organizing your code with modules
  • Dependency injection with services and factories
  • Using and writing directives
  • Talking to the server with $http and friends

When: Thursday, May 22, 2014 from 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM
Where: Gilt’s Manhattan offices
Cost: FREE (includes breakfast and lunch)
Who: Gilt technologists, maybe you?

Prerequisites: This course is appropriate for experienced front-end engineers. You should be familiar with JavaScript and jQuery or some other, similar DOM manipulation library

About the instructor:

Chris Nelson is a software developer who hails from the fair city of Cincinnati, Ohio. Though originally a violin performance major, he has been developing web applications for about 15 years and is passionate about finding better ways to do so. He’s spoken at most of the major Ruby and Java conferences and helped found Gaslightas a place for people to enjoy building amazing things together.He also regularly teaches classes around the country in Ruby, JavaScript, and AngularJS.

Fill out the form below to submit your contact info. (You must be age 18 or older to attend.) Please note that submitting this form does not guarantee you a seat—but we’ll do our best. We’ll also keep your contact info on file to let you know about future classes!

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