2014 brought Pluralsight's 10th Anniversary, and to celebrate, we gave one of our fans a trip to film a Play by Play with one of our top authors for a pair programming session. This session is an excellent beginner-level introduction to AngularJS hosted by John Papa.
Play by Play is a series featuring top developers and designers in real-time sessions, live and unrehearsed. You'll learn how top thinkers approach problems, and tips and tricks you can deploy for real-world scenarios. In this session, we celebrate Pluralsight's 10th Anniversary with one of our top authors, John Papa, in a pair programming session with our contest winner, Ken Cenerelli. This session is an excellent beginner-level introduction to AngularJS, so no prior experience with AngularJS is required. Ken writes at kencenerelli.wordpress.com and can be reached on Twitter with the handle @KenCenerelli.
Introduction (techno sound effects) I'm Geoffrey Grosenbach, and it's Pluralsight Play by Play. 2014 marked Pluralsight's 10th anniversary in business, and to celebrate, we gave away a trip to visit one of our top authors, and record a peer programming video. The winner was Ken Cenerelli and he chose John Papa, so we flew Ken to Orlando, Florida, for a live coding session. Unlike other Play by Play sessions, which happen at the expert's pace of thought, this one ended up being a nice beginner level introduction to AngularJS, hosted by John Papa. Ken was the student, and I think you'll enjoy learning AngularJS along with him. Play by Play's a series where we work with top developers and designers, it's live and unrehearsed. You'll learn how top thinkers approach problems, and you may even pick up a few tricks and tips, as you see them work. So let's get started.