AngularJS, (almost) a year later, at a PHP conference

The first day of the SymfonyCon Madrid is almost over and, since I’m done with my talk, I’m gonna take the time to – as usual – put the slides here.

My talk went (I hope) well, and I am grateful to the guys that stopped me afterwards to clarify some of their doubts or to have a casual chat about Angular and other frontend-ish things.

Here are the slides:

By the way: 110% respect to SensioLabs for finding a venue which:

Tomorrow it will be the second and last day of conference; afterwards I’m gonna catch an overnight flight to come back to my beloved Dubai: if you are at the conference, do not hesitate and ping me since…we’re still hiring!


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