We had a blast sharing the latest on Kendo UI for Angular 2, NativeScript and Angular 2 with you at Angular Connect 2016. While there we recorded live interviews for you to enjoy.
We set Todd Motto loose with a camera crew and microphone during the Angular Connect 2016 event to conduct some informal attendee interviews. Since we figured you probably wouldn’t enjoy wading through hours of raw, unedited footage, we’ve compiled the interviews into a series of videos for you. Todd had a great time conducting the interviews and we think you’ll enjoy the answers he got from people—a huge thanks to everyone who participated.
Enough from me though. Here is Todd’s take on how things went:
“AngularConnect was incredible, and whilst we were there I had the fantastic opportunity to talk with attendees, speakers and the Angular core team—on camera! Thanks to my sporty red trainers to keep me going, I was able to complete lots of interviews with some superstar attendees, incredible speakers and some of the amazing team working at Google on the Angular project. The excitement around Angular 2 is real—watch the videos to hear more!
The interviews were a mix of informal and formal—aiming to get a diverse set of natural responses, some serious and some just for fun. Questions ranged from their favourite Angular 2 feature, CoffeeScript, what they’re most excited about, how famous they are (on a scale of zero to Beyoncé) and things we should watch out for that’s coming in Angular 2’s future."
Enjoy the videos and don’t forget to share them with your friends!
Again, we'd like to say a huge thanks to everyone who participated. Nicely done Todd. Nicely done.
Jim Duffy is an educator at heart. In his role as Product Marketing Manager for Kendo UI, his objective is to educate new and existing customers about Kendo UI for jQuery and Kendo UI for Angular 2. Prior to joining Progress, Jim founded a company focused on educating developers and building enterprise solutions. Microsoft has named him as a Regional Director (RD) since 2008 and an 11-time Microsoft Valued Professional (MVP) for his community contributions. Jim has also been published in a number of leading publications, including CODE Magazine.