This one day workshop will boost your AngularJS skills! Through examples inspired by real-life projects, utilizing ES6, and applying best practices, you will learn how to: write AngularJS components, leverage UI-Router’s features, bind data to SVG graphics, use D3 capabilities, improve your app’s performance, deliver a professional AngularJS application
This one day workshop will boost your AngularJS skills! Through examples inspired by real-life projects, utilizing ES6, and applying best practices, you will learn how to: write AngularJS components, leverage UI-Router’s features, bind data to SVG graphics, use D3 capabilities, improve your app’s performance, deliver a professional AngularJS application.
During this session, I will build an application with Angular 2 from the ground up while answering your questions and share my real word experience. I will walk through those topics: Breaking a static design to component tree, Data bindings through properties and events, Usages of dependency injection, Communication with server..
In this full day seminar, we will look at real world problems and find various solutions for them using T-SQL. We won’t settle for just a solution, but also analyze the performance of each of them and find the best one. Among others, we will see the power of the APPLY operator, window functions, math and your brain for solving those problems. In addition, we will talk about common mistakes and problematic query patterns that hurt the optimizer's ability to generate a good execution plan, resulting in bad query performance. Among other examples, we will see how changing a table structure can allow the optimizer to generate a much better plan, how breaking down big queries can reduce execution time significantly, how using the wrong programmatic objects hurt you, and why reuse and encapsulation are a good programmatic habit, but can be bad in terms of performance. This demo-heavy seminar will provide practical solutions for real world problems and will enhance the way you think about T-SQL.
If designers can learn how to code to communicate with dev’s - the dev’s can learn how to design themselves. People think it’s only about raw talent, creativity and an eye for details, but it’s not. In interactive design sphere It’s more about design logic, aesthetics rational, empathy for the users’ experience and solid, clear, systematic communication. In this talk we will cover important aspects of this gap between design and development and clear the fog of mystery which surrounds design decisions. We will talk about user experience, graphic design, animation, style-guides, assets and much more. The goal is to empower and enrich the developers to communicate better with their designers and even design their products by themselves, if needed! Let’s work better together!
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