Teaching AngularJS class in Noida on 21st February: Join for free

 

Register to join the class for free

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With the help of C# Corner Delhi Chapter , I am teaching AngularJS on 21st February.

Any aspired developer, engineer or student can attend the class for free. All you need to do is to become member of C# Corner Delhi Chapter and Register for the class here .

It will be a three hour class and I will cover the following topics,

Introduction to JS functions and AngularJS: Hour 1

  • A leap in JavaScript function
  • Understanding JavaScript Objects
  • Prototype in JavaScript
  • Getting started with AngularJS
  • Bootstrapping AngularJS
  • Writing first Hello World app in AngularJS
  • Setting up Visual Studio for AngularJS
  • Setting up Sublime, Node and Bower for AngularJS Development
  • Understanding basic directives, binding and expression
  • Basic testing of Angular App

Controller, $Scope and Directive: Hour 2

  • What is $Scope
  • What is $RootScope
  • What is $Scope Hierarchy
  • What is Controller
  • What is Module
  • Controller in Module
  • Controller Hierarchy
  • $http service in Controller
  • Understanding different directives
  • Built in Directives and Event Directives

Service, Routing: Hour 3

  • Understanding Service
  • Using Service
  • Using Service in Controller
  • Different Service type
  • Understanding Routing
  • Adding your first route
  • Routing and browser history
  • Creating Default Route

Excited? So see you on 21st at 9.30 am in C# Corner Noida office. Class will happen at the below location

H-217, First Floor, Sector 63, Noida

Register here to join the class and yes do not forget to say a Thanks to amazing @csharpcorner team on social media.

Launched Video Blog: Watch to Learn with Dhananjay Kumar

I am excited to announce that, I have started a new video blog

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On this blog, I will  focus on MEAN stack, C#, Azure, JavaScript etc. To start with I have published 5 episodes. Feel free to provide feedback such that we can together learn better.

I will try to keep Watch to Learn free. However you can support me with the donations. Feel free to subscribe and share.

So let us WATCH TO LEARN WITH DHANANJAY KUMAR  :) :)

Discount for my blog readers for video tutorial on WatchMeCode

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Many of you have asked me recently that how I learn JavaScript and other related stuff. One of the resource, I heavily rely and learn from is WatchMeCode videos by Derick Bailey. I watch videos published here. Clearly videos demonstrate deep understanding of Derick on the subject and certainly you will be benefited by his teaching.

About WatchMeCode

WatchMeCode is a video tutorial site by Derick. He publishes various episodes here. You can find videos on following topics to learn.

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As of now there are total 60 episodes and counting. Out of 60, few episodes are free to watch. There are episodes on JavaScript, Node, MongoDB etc. I am sure these episodes from none other than Derick will add lot of values to your learning and in your projects.

Find all episodes here

About Derick Bailey

Derick is a popular author, blogger and JavaScript lover. He blogs at http://derickbailey.com/ and you can follow his tweets at https://twitter.com/derickbailey .

How I can help to get subscription?

WatchMeCode monthly subscription is of $ 14 (roughly 840 RS. Per month). I can help you in getting the subscription in $9(roughly less than 500 RS. Per month). To get the discount coupon send me a mail on debugmode[at]outlook[dot] com or tweet me at https://twitter.com/debug_mode

I would say WatchMeCode worth much more than 500 RS and you must transact 500 RS per month to learn from one of the best in our industry.

Conducted C# Day at GL Bajaj Institute of Technology and Management for professors and lecturers

 

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Nothing can be much satisfying than gaining an experience beyond books. Making room for the new literacies has always made my teachings interactive. To nurture it further, I conducted one day workshop on C# and LINQ at GL Bajaj Institute of Technology and Management, Greater Noida.

With the advance in software technology and its adoption by the industry it has become essential for the faculties to develop a pace. This one day workshop conducted my me will make them aware of the new technologies and will provide them an exposure to advances.

It all started with my introduction and industry experience. It was then followed by the Thank you speech by Mr. Rajeev Agarwal, Director.

The participants were awestruck and engaged throughout the session. Also, the attendees were curious to solve their queries which will bridge the gap of their doubts. The sessions also invited the ideas and suggestions on existing learning techniques and software development.

This workshop will impart structured and constructive thinking to the faculties which will soon get conveyed to the students for their better understanding and vision.

The participants found insights of various programmes and topics related to C#. The feedback given by the participants about the entire program was encouraging. The information delivered was well absorbed by all. With this positive note, the faculty members wish to experience such kind of program in near future which will again aid them with software essentials.
Inbox me for any such kind of help.

Thank you ‘Yourstory’ for covering my story

I have always been in a continuous race to learn and let people learn by my work and experience. Though getting recognized is just another way to boost the confidence of the rising talents. I thank the team of ‘YourStory’ and Ms. Shraddha Sharma @sharmashradha for covering my unsung background and struggle. It was indeed an astounding experience to share my story with them.

I am grateful to my mentors, Mr. Mahesh Chand, Mr. Pinal Dave and Mr. Gaurav Mantri who have always guided me move through issues. Also I would like to thank my international mentors, Mr. Glenn Block, Mr. Dan Wahlin, Mr. Stephen Forte and Ms. Julie Lerman who have incredibly supported me over my past years.
Read my interview at Yourstory