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Angular Course

The Angular course for developers that actually want to build real apps

Angular Course is no longer accepting new students.

Lucky for you though, I know a thing or two about how to learn Angular. Here's what you should do in a world without Angular Course.

1. Carefully do the official tutorial.
2. Read the official developer guide.
3. Read and understand a full app that includes unit and end-to-end tests.
4. Watch Angular from Scratch to get an idea of how Angular actually works.
5. Become an expert by reading Build your Own Angular.
6. Go crazy, build your own projects, and stop doing Angular tutorials!

Most of you don't know this, but in 2014, when I quit my job to start this company, it wasn't It was It's weird to think about code this way, but Angular has been a big part of my life. It introduced me to JavaScript. It helped me get my first programming job. It taught me about the browser. It taught me about front-end development. It led me to what I'm doing now at Watch and Code. So for all these things, I'll forever be thankful.

So what am I doing now? Most Angular Course students were already professional developers, but over the years, I've become much more interested in helping beginners succeed. So that's what I'm doing now. You can find out more about what I'm up to at