MAS 027: Alex Eagle

Panel: Charles Max Wood
Guest: Alex Eagle
This week on My Angular Story, Charles speaks with Alex Eagle. Alex is on the Google Angular team, and has been at Google for almost 10 years now. Currently, he spends most of his time working on development tools. He first got into programming when he was in college and took and intro to CS class and didn’t actually start doing serious coding projects until after he graduated. He was introduced to JavaScript when he first started working at Google and joined the Angular team in order to learn about different languages.
In particular, We dive pretty deep on: 

Was on JavaScript Jabber Episode 167 and Adventures in Angular Episode 177
How did you first get into programming?
Intro to CS class in college
How did you get around to JavaScript?
Agile development practices
Angular JS with Misko
Joined the Angular team to learn language stuff
TypeScript and JavaScript
Front-end vs Back-end
What was it about JavaScript appealed to you?
Focus on developer tools
What appeals to you about BuildTools?
What systems have you worked on that we would have hear of?
Working at scale
What are you working on now?
And much, much more!


Alex’s Medium


Hunting Hitler
Sling TV
Encourage people to have civil and respectful conversations


Teenage Engineering
From the Earth to the Moon


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