Angular 2 Getting Started: Templates, Interpolation and Directives

Welcome back to this review of the Pluralsight course Angular 2: Getting Started (Updated) by Deborah Kurata. Deborah is an independent software designer/developer specializing in Web and .NET development using AngularJS, C#, and VB.NET. She has won the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional Award 13 times. The course uses Visual Studio Code as the editor, but if you like…

How Git Works: Branches Demystified

Welcome to Part 2 of this review of the Pluralsight course “How Git Works” by Paolo Perrotta. Paolo is a traveling coach and a software mentor. He wrote “Metaprogramming Ruby“, widely praised as one of the essential books on Ruby. He has hundreds of articles, conference speeches and training deliveries under his belt, and he…

How Git Works

Welcome to this review of the Pluralsight course “How Git Works” by Paolo Perrotta. Paolo is a traveling coach and a software mentor. He wrote “Metaprogramming Ruby“, widely praised as one of the essential books on Ruby. He has hundreds of articles, conference speeches and training deliveries under his belt, and he developed software in…

Angular 2 Getting Started: Components

Welcome to this review of the Pluralsight course Angular 2: Getting Started (Updated) by Deborah Kurata. Deborah is an independent software designer/developer specializing in Web and .NET development using AngularJS, C#, and VB.NET. She has won the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional Award 13 times. The course uses Visual Studio Code as the editor, but if you like using…

Gradle Fundamentals

Welcome to this review of the Pluralsight course Gradle Fundamentals by Kevin Jones. Kevin is an industry veteran with a passion for developing and teaching. He is highly experienced with a range of different languages including C++, Java and C#. In recent years he’s been focusing more and more on rich clients using JavaScript and…

Groovy Fundamentals

Welcome to this review of the Pluralsight course Groovy Fundamentals by Jeremy Jarrell. Jeremy is a software developer specializing in commercial application development for the enterprise space. His areas of specialization include agile development methodologies, team leadership, distributed architecture and web application security. Getting Started with Groovy Introduction Jeremy says Java has become ubiquitous, but…