My Public Speaking Dilemma

January 27, 2016

For some of you this post will probably sound like a rant. But what the hack… I started my public tech speaking more than 9 years ago and since then I talked in numerous international conferences, user groups, Meetups and more. I really enjoy speaking and I recommend that to whoever want to share his knowledge and experience. The big bonus in speaking is meeting a lot of people who care about their profession and want to learn new stuff (and even old stuff from time to time) which can enrich their knowledge. I remember my first session preparation like...

New Speaking Engagement – DevWeek 2016

January 23, 2016

Two weeks ago I was notified that I got accepted to speak in DevWeek 2016 conference. This is going to be the third time I’m coming to speak in DevWeek and I’m really excited to meet all the attendees, speakers and conference organizers.   In the conference I’m going to have two sessions. Here are the session details: One language to rule them all: TypeScript Creating cross-platform, application-scale JavaScript code that runs in any browser or in any host is very hard. TypeScript is a programming language that changes that situation. In this session, Gil will introduce the TypeScript language....

New Article – Biological Modeling with AngularJS

January 10, 2016

A few days ago, DotNetCurry magazine published another article that I wrote. The article is called "Biological modeling with AngularJS" and it explains a few biological concepts and how to implement them using AngularJS and some HTML5 JavaScript APIs. Here is were you can download the entire magazine. Enjoy! and let me know what do you think about the article.

ngPrint and ngConfig GitHub Repositories are Alive

January 2, 2016

Lately, I was asked twice if I can publish in GitHub the AngularJS print directive I wrote almost a year ago. So I decided to raise the glove and do exactly that.ngPrint repository is alive in GitHub for two days.I also decided to create a second repository for a configuration service that I use from time to time in projects.ngConfig repository is also alive in GitHub since yesterday. I hope you will find these repositories helpful and if you have any comments, fixes and suggestions please ping me.