This week on My Angular Story, Charles speaks with Paul Spears. Paul works for Oasis Digital, which is a software development firm based out of St. Louis, and teaches at Angular Boot Camp. He first got his career started at Oasis Digital and has been there for around the past 8 years. He first got into programming in early high school/late middle school when he and his Dad would build computers out of scraps they found. This really sparked his interest in computers and led him to pursue software development as a career. They also talk about what he is working on now and what he is most proud of contributing to the community.
MAS 032: Justin Schwartzenberger
This week on My Angular Story, Charles speaks with Justin Schwartzenberger. Justin first got into programming when he was in Jr. College and took some classes on C and C++. He has always been someone who has been into technology and has loved playing video games since he was a kid. He got really excited about programming when he was messing around with web development. They talk about what brought him to Angular, what appealed to him the most about it, and what made him stick with it over the years.
This week on My Angular Story, Charles speaks with Stephen Fluin. Stephen is a developer advocate on the Angular Core Team at Google. His role has two parts: to help developers and organizations be successful with Angular and to reflect the needs of those developers and understand what it’s like to actually build apps in the real world onto the team so that they can make the right product decisions as they continue to build out Angular. He first got into programming when he was 8 years old and he was interested in how computer games were created and started creating his own games in C and C++.
This week on My Angular Story, Charles speaks with Mike Ryan. Mike is a software engineer at Synapse in Alabama and works as a tech lead there. He first got into programming when his family stayed with an uncle during a hurricane as a child and was sent home with parts to build his first computer. This really kicked off his interest in programming and problem solving. He then created websites to help pay for some of his living costs when in college, and this is what led him to discovering Angular JS.
This week on My Angular Story, Charles speaks with Greg Wilson. Greg first got into programming when he took a computer class in college and realized that he really loved building software. He then went on to help build the world’s first wireless mouse and get a master’s degree in artificial intelligence. They really stress the importance of analytics and discuss many different studies on coding and bugs in today’s episode.
MAS 026: Houssein Djirdeh
This week on My Angular Story, Charles speaks with Jeff Cross. Jeff has been working on Angular for the past five years with Google and now with Nrwl, which he created in the past year. He got stated with programming around 12 years old when his Mom taught him and his siblings how to create websites using FrontPage. He then worked as a web designer utilizing Flash and joined an agency when he was in his 20’s that focused on Flash. Jeff talks about his path to his success and the different steps it took him to get to where he is today.
MAS 024: Merrick Christensen
This week on My Angular Story, Charles speaks with Merrick Christensen. Christensen works at a company called Webflow, where they try to empower people to create software without code. The company is similar to Squarespace or Wix, except they give 100% design control to the client.
This week on My My Angular Story, Charles speaks with Jesse Liberty, Jesse is a return guest, previously on AiA Episode 015. Currently, Jesse is working on mobile applications at Wintellect as a Senior Consultant. Jesse talks about his journey in Angular, starting with getting into computers in high school and college, discovering IBM computers. Then learn Turbo Pascal. C, C++, etc. Jesse shares his recent contributions and current projects.
MAS 022: Torgeir Helgevold
This week on My My Angular Story, Charles speaks with Torgeir Helgevold. Torgeir is a return guest from AiA Episode 108. Torgeir started working for Narwhal Technologies. Torgeir talks about his early path into programming learning Basic in high school, and in college, he moved into building his foundation with C+, Pascal, and others. Torgeir shares his current endeavors as a programmer, contributions and, current projects.
This week on My My Angular Story, Charles speaks with Lukas Ruebbelke. Lukas is a Google Developer Expert for Angular and Firebase. own a product consultant agency. Lukas also maintains a blog at onehungrymind.com, and is the author of AngularJS In Action. Lukas mentions doing over100 of video for egg.io and many speaking events.
Lukas talks about his journey into programming by having an interest in electronics. In high school he learned about low voltage electronics switch led him to learn programming, getting an A-plus certification, and computers. Lukas shares the ideas and path to his successful developer career.