2014-06-07 00:00:002014-06-08 00:00:00America/TorontoSpotlight: AngularJSNext up in our Spotlight event series, we bring you a day dedicated to AngularJS. We’re lining up professional developers to target the key information, skills and tools you need to push your coding abilities to the next level.
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gdR connects development talent with Canada’s top startups and global tech leaders across big data, consumer apps, wearables, IPTV, mobile, gaming and more. Our community involvement and industry experience have given us strong relationships and early access to new opportunities, making us the first stop for developers looking to springboard into new opportunities. With many of our clients using AngularJS, gdR.jobs is a great source for finding new permanent & contract opportunities.
Rangle is a product transformation consultancy that partners with enterprise-level companies and scale-ups to solve their most complex digital challenges. Our expert teams work directly with clients to embed the practices of leading companies by co-creating goals, growth strategy, processes and products. We work smart, and we work fast — we’ve delivered best-in-class apps in three months, and can guide any organization to launch a design system within three to six months, using our open source accelerators.
Fullstack is a leading edu-tech company based in San Francisco, CA. Fullstack.io teaches at all levels of the stack (from hardware to the browser) and primarily focuses on distributed computing.
AngularJS is at the forefront of web development. From instant gratification to testing, AngularJS touches all parts of the stack. In this talk, we’re getting low… seriously low… we’re focusing on using angular at the hardware level.
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