AiA 187: Teaching Angular through Rhyme.com with Minko Gechev

Panel:

Charles Max Wood
Ward Bell

Special Guests: Minko Gechev
In this episode of Adventures in Angular, the panel talks to Minko Gechev about teaching Angular through Rhyme.com. Minko is currently working on Rhyme.com, which is a platform for hands-on demos and trainings. They touch on what Rhyme.com is, how it works, and the advantages to using it, especially in training. They also go into detail as to how an all sides workshop is set up and the versatility of using Rhyme with many different frameworks.
In particular, we dive pretty deep on:

Minko intro
What are you most famous for in the Angular community?
Angular.js style guide
What is Rhyme?
How does Rhyme work?
All sides workshop advantages
CodeSandbox.io
Plunker
Full on BM with virtual access
Run things in your bowser eventually
Working in the cloud
Linux and Windows
How workshops work
Providing video recordings
You can teach anything through Rhyme
Have you used this in a coding environment?
Angular CLI
How are you using Angular to build this system?
How much of the work is Angular pulling for you?
TypeScript
Architecture of Rhyme
What is WebRTC?
And much, much more!

Links: 

Rhyme.com
Angular.js style guide
CodeSandbox.io
Plunker
Linux
Windows
Angular CLI
TypeScript
WebRTC
Minko’s GitHub
@MGechev
Minko’s Blog

Picks:
Charles

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DevChat.tv YouTube

Ward

Building Microservices by Sam Newman
Hit Refresh by Satya Nadella

Minko

ngConf

Link: https://devchat.tv/adv-in-angular/aia-187-teaching…ith-minko-gechev