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eBook: Enterprise Angular Everyday

Design a strategy for optimized efficiency and scalability in an enterprise setting

When building an Angular team and setting a development strategy, you have many choices on tools, techniques, and processes. Poor choices can lead to headaches down the road. Peter Smith draws from his extensive experience in working with clients to give you advice you can use from day one to ensure that you are as successful as you can be.  

This book will help you avoid three common pitfalls:

  • Bloat and overcomplexity: It is easy for applications at scale to grow too large in size and complexity. Both present and obstacle to performance and makes maintenance very difficult. Both also present a risk to success.

  • Timeline overruns: JavaScript is wide open. Developers are tempted to build everything from servers to data services, to UI from scratch. All this takes a lot of time and resources and can put a project at risk of blowing past schedule and budget estimations.

  • Disorganized teams: With the wrong team and DevOps plan, disorganization runs rampant. Another risk to project success.


David Pine

Peter B Smith

Angular Developer Advocate & Google Developer Expert

Peter B Smith is an Angular Developer Advocate and Google Developer Expert. He is a contributor to DDD, Nx and NgRx. After starting with Angular when it was in RC2, he has shared his knowledge at AngularNYC, AngularBoston, Nativescript Conference and as host of an ng-conf podcast. He has also worked with numerous clients through his partnership with Upstate interactive.

Alyssa Nicoll

Alyssa Nicoll

Developer Advocate at Progress & Angular GDE 

Alyssa is an Angular Developer Advocate at Progress & Angular GDE. Her two degrees (Web Design & Development and Psychology) feed her speaking career. She has spoken at over 30 conferences internationally, specializing in motivational soft talks. Her DM is always open, come talk sometime.

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