In this talk from the AngularJS Toronto Meetup on October 29, 2015, technology lead for Ontario.ca, Colin Chan presents a case-study of the Government of Ontario’s move to AngularJS and the MEAN Stack.
Rangle.io’s CTO Yuri Takhyetev and senior architect Igor Krivanov announce a new Chrome plug-in, Augury (formerly Batarangle), a tool to help inspect Angular 2 applications. We are looking to combine the best ideas from Batarang, ng-inspector, React Developer Tools, and Ember Inspector as well adding a few extras. In this talk the team will show progress to date, look under the hood a bit at implementation, and issue a call for ideas, use cases, alpha users and contributors.
Colin Chan was the technology team lead for Ontario.ca, the Government of Ontario.ca’s main public website. With a degree in electrical engineering, Colin brings a decade of experience across web development, devops and solution architecture, having been involved both directly and in a leadership position.
Yuri is Rangle.io’s second developer, a former faculty member at the University of Toronto, and a published author. He is an expert in front-end and test-driven development, server-side development, UX and design. Yuri holds a M.S. in Computer Science from Stanford University and a Ph.D. in Information Management and Systems from the University of California, Berkeley. To hear more from Yuri, follow him on Twitter at @qaramazov.
Igor Krivanov, a senior Rangle.io architect with 10 years of professional experience in design and development in a variety of computer systems. Igor’s passion is developing techniques suitable for large scale application development on the front-end.