However, using Angular doesn't mean you have to abandon .NET MVC on the front-end. You can integrate just a little Angular into your applications, or go all out with entire Single Page Apps.
Angular's roller coaster learning curve is notorious in the front-end community, at least partially due to doing things "The Angular Way." We'll talk about "The Angular Way" of front-end development by covering Angular best practices. We'll also level out the learning curve by covering the basics of AngularJS modules, controllers, directives, services, and the magic of two-way data binding. Finally, we will discuss how .NET developers can leverage Angular in both greenfield and brownfield applications using existing .NET technologies.
Dennis Sheppard is a Software Architect on the application development team at West Monroe Partners. He has shed a lot of blood, sweat, and tears in the last few years focusing on front-end web development, but has worked (and played) in the .NET world throughout his career.
6:00 - 6:30 Food, drinks, and networking
6:30 - 8:30 Presentation