The State of Angular in 2017

The entire landscape of AngularJS has been changing rapidly. What does it all mean?

It seems as though Angular2 was just released, and Angular 4 is already being finalized. Angular uses semver, which means 4 contains breaking changes again. What does this mean for our Angular2 (and Angular1) projects, and what happened to Angular3? Find out in this keynote - The State of Angular in 2017

About Michael Carducci

Michael Carducci

For nearly 20 years, Michael was a software engineer moonlighting as a magician. Now he's a magician moonlighting as a tech leader/software engineer. In both endeavors he has dedicated himself to mastery and has gained deep insights both from his eclectic interests, entrepreneurial spirit, and experience that spans the full stack, the entire project lifecycle, and several technologies.

His time is equally divided between performing around the world, jumping out of perfectly good airplanes, and building software that doesn't suck.

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