Tero is a content developer from Helsinki, Finland. He's not new to the Adventures in Angular audience. Tero was a guest in episodes 51 and 117. He has been doing a lot of Angular in the last 3-4 years working as an independent contractor with many companies around the world. Tero also writes and speaks about his work.
MAS 047: Tara Z. Manicsic
This week on My Angular Story, Charles speaks with Tara Z. Manicsic. Tara is a developer advocate for Progress, is on their Kendo UI team, and is also a Google developer expert on the Web Technologies team. She first got into programming in the second grade when she learned Logo and came back to development when she was asked to do Crystal Reports at Harvard Law School. They talk about how she found Women Who Code, the importance of understanding open source software, having a support system, what is was about Node that got her excited, and more!
MAS 046: Eudes Petonnet-Vincent
This week on My Angular Story, Charles speaks with Eudes Petonnet-Vincent. Eudes is the technical lead for Clarity where he spends most of his days reviewing code and working on a fairly large open source project. He first got into programming in his undergrad when he took computer science classes and was headed towards academia and he discovered that he actually enjoyed programing. They talk about how he discovered Angular, what it was about web development that appealed to him, why he chose Angular, and more!
MAS 045: Juri Strumpflohner
This week on My Angular Story, Charles speaks with Sam Julien. Sam’s course Upgrading Angular JS is a comprehensive video course to help people tackle the transition from Angular JS to Angular which was born out of his own pain and suffering from that process. He first got into programming when he was 8 or 9 and his robotics engineer uncle got him into old Mac computers and he would then hack around on them. They talk about what brought him back to programming, what made him want to specialize in Angular, and more!
This week on My Angular Story, Charles speaks with Sam Brennan. Sam first got into programming when she was 9 years old and made a website using HTML and CSS. She learned to code from Codeacademy, has gone on to be a part of ngGirls, and has spoken at conferences, such as at ng-conf 2018 where she gave her talk on Reusable Animations. They talk about how she found her passion for Angular, the importance of not giving up when you are confused, and what she is proud of contributing to the community. They also touch on her involvement in ngGirls as a mentor, what she is working on currently, and more!
This week on My Angular Story, Charles speaks with TJ VanToll. TJ is a front-end developer that currently works for Progress and spends his time working with NativeScript. He first got into programming in middle school when he built a Final Fantasy fan site back in the time when GeoCities was popular. He then in high school helped run the school’s website and in college majored in computer programming. They talk about how his journey to get to where he is today has influenced his life and what his day to day life looks like now as a developer advocate.
This week on My Angular Story, Charles speaks with Victor Savkin about his business Narwhal Technologies. In addition, they discuss Angular, past and current business projects, and their picks. Victor is a co-founder of nrwl.io, providing Angular consulting to enterprise teams. He was previously on the Angular core team at Google, and built the dependency injection, change detection, forms and router modules.
This week on My Angular Story, Charles speaks with Yakov Fain about his business adventures, his publications, Angular, and much more! Yakov is a co-author of two editions of Mannin’s book “Angular Development with TypeScript” as well as a number of other technical books on programming. Yakov works at the IT consultancy Farata Systems. A Java Champion, he has taught multiple classes and workshops on the web and Java-related technologies, presented at international conferences, and published more than a thousand blog posts. Yakov lives in New York City.
This week on My Angular Story, Charles speaks with Aysegul Yonet. Aysegul is a Google developer expert for the Angular team and she works for Narwhal (Nrwl), which is a consulting company that helps big teams build their Angular applications. She first got into programming because she was interested in animation and coding made some aspects of this easier to create. They talk about how she found Angular, the importance of teaching and finding the right resources, and what she is working on now.
MAS 037: Kim Crayton interview from ngATL
This week on My Angular Story, Charles speaks with Kim Crayton. Kim Crayton did a talk at NG Atlanta entitled “I Don’t Do Non-Technical Talks”. They talk about her passion behind this topic, as well as the importance of the human aspects of the job, failing in order to learn from your mistakes and the fact that programmers need to think about the long-term effects of their code. They also touch on core values and meeting people where they are.
This week on My Angular Story, Charles speaks with Pascal Precht. Pascal is a software engineer doing a lot of Angular, Angular training, and building apps. He first got into programming near the end of school when his teacher suggested that he go to an informatics school. He found that he loved building websites with HTML and CSS and learned how to program after going back to school for a second time. They talk about what led him to Angular, his company Thoughtram, and what he is proud of contributing to the Angular community.
This week on My Angular Story, Charles speaks with Doguhan Uluca. Doguhan is an IT consultant based out of Washington DC and works for Excella Consulting, where he is a software development expert and Agile and Cloud engineer. He has also recently written a book and was on Episode 181 of Adventures in Angular. He is originally from Turkey and first got into programming when he was in boarding school and he was interested in the computers they had there. They talk about how he got into Angular, what made him fall in love with Angular, and much more!
This week on My Angular Story, Charles speaks with Kim Maida. Kim is a technical content lead at Auth0, and her job is to oversee the team that writes content for their blog. She first got into programming when she learned HTML at a summer camp when she was 12. She fell in love with it and discovered that she wanted to create websites. They talk about her journey into the programming world, her introduction to Angular, and what she is working on now.