"I'm impressed by thoughtram's in-depths explanations on the big concepts in Angular 2.
And doubly impressed that they've stayed up to date with our rapid release schedule!"
- Brad Green, Product Manager Angular at Google
Angular 2 Master Class comes to Helsinki!
Join us at the 5th + 6th September in the beautiful city of Helsinki!
Here are the facts:
NOTICE TO EU customers:
Ticket prices include German VAT. The VAT will be excluded when a valid VAT ID is entered when ordering a ticket.
This training follows a Code Of Conduct. If you consider joining this training, make sure to read it first.
Suomenlinna, Pajasali hall
Suomenlinna is an old fortress on an island. It's an UNESCO world heritage site and will make for an unforgettable event. Unless you plan to come with your own boat, you'll have to get on a public ferry to get there. Make sure to plan accordingly to be on time.
Click on the map to open a larger version in a new tab. The workshop is right at the spot where the thoughtram logo is at the Pajasali hall.
Alternatively click here to open up a marker on Google Maps.
5th + 6th September 2016
Drinks and Food?
Don't worry about that. We'll have everyone covered. Yes, also vegetarians!
What’s the format, what will we learn?
Angular 2 Master Class is a two-day on-site training experience where we're going to build an Angular 2 application, touching the most important parts of the framework, as well as diving deeper into specific topics that'll ease the overall development experience when working with Angular 2.
We are going to learn…
… how to bootstrap an application and display data.
… how to create and inject services using the new Dependency Injection.
... how to take advantage of the Hierarchical Injector Tree
... how to master Observables to build Functional Reactive Angular 2 apps
… how to perform http calls using the revamped http layer based on observables and advanced operators.
… how to implement routing using the new component router, covering basic routing and child routes.
… how to create forms that take advantage of two-way data binding, built-in validation and custom validators.
During our 2-days of our training, you will use each lesson and build a complete Angular 2 application. After our training you will be ready to start working with confidence on your own Angular 2 projects.
Who is this training for?
Angular 2 RC2 is available. This training is for beginners as well as experienced developers coming from the AngularJS world, who can’t wait to get their feet wet with the next version of the framework.
What you will take home
As an Angular 2 Master Class attendee you’ll get life-long access to all current and future slide decks via our exclusive learning platform classroom. Same goes for all our private repositories with tons of examples, exercises and solutions.
What do we need?
To ensure we all and especially you have fun during the day, the following things are needed:
A laptop with Node/npm and Git installed - unfortunately we can’t provide machines, but you can totally work with someone (or more) in a group
A GitHub account - This is used to distribute our material and give you access to classroom. Not an absolute requirement, but it gives you the best experience possible.
To make sure that you're all set before the training starts make sure to follow our preparation guide.
Who are the instructors?
Angular 2 Master Class is organised by thoughtram, a trainer duo consisting of Christoph and Pascal, both Angular 2 documentation authors, who are very passioned about running trainings and sharing their knowledege and experiences. Here are a few words about the two:
Christoph Burgdorf - Christoph began programming at the age of 10 with BASIC but has since moved on to become a proficient in various different programming languages and technologies. He is the creator of the Nickel.rs web framework and a contributor the the AngularJS project. Christoph is also part of the Angular 2 Docs Authoring team.
Pascal Precht - Pascal is a front-end engineer and trainer with a love for semantic markup and evolving technologies in the open web. He’s also a Angular Developer Expert nominated by Google, the creator of the popular angular-translate module, Angular 2 contributor and also part of the Angular 2 Docs Authoring team.