AngularJs resources

I’m currently knee-deep in Angular and having a blast, primarily due to the large amount of quality guides, tutorials and learning resources floating around. For each weird thing I envision folding into my toy app, I’m pleased to find a well-documented library exists. I wanted a way to have multiple views/nested routes on the same page and after struggling with the built-in router, behold! A library appears. Good stuff, here’s more:

AngularJS on Rails

Integrating Rails and AngularJS

Angular best practices

Bootstrapping an AngularJs app in Rails

Egghead.io - short tutorial videos covering each of Angular’s features

angular-ui - a stateful router

My Personality

The other day my lovely and charming girlfriend urged me to try out this personality test she found, pointing out that it was pretty damn accurate. Reading over her results, I had to agree they were spot on. Not gonna lie, back in the days of spark.com I’d kill hours doing their surveys, and had more fun filling out questionnaires on OkCupid than I did finding love.

human behaviour

Not surprisingly, it turns out I’m Vladimir Putin! My strengths include directness, self-confidence, independence and decisiveness. Weaknesses include arrogance, over-analyzing and being a judgemental prick. Me in a nutshell.

And now, for the content backlog!

A site without content is like a skeleton without flesh. Decidedly useless. So, dear readers, here’s what’s fresh.

Back in September Phill over at state.io subcontracted me to help out the cool people at exclaim.ca iron out a few kinks with their concert listing site concertsherpa.com.

ConcertSherpa

It was a pleasure reading over some really well written and well thought-out code. I, ahem, appropriated a few clever snippets and tools, and picked up a handful of new best practices along the way. Thanks Phill & Co. !

A new site

Hello again, world. I’ve redesigned my site and gone with a decidedly spartan feel. Less is more, with code as with all else.

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