1. Discuss in words something you learned in class today or this week. New hosting protocol
  2. What jobs have you applied to already? None yet, looking for remote front-end or full stack jobs
  3. What excites you the most about your next job? a new career, I love change!
  4. How are you preparing for interviews? reading lots of interview preparation articles, coding challenges, etc.
  5. What advice would you give to someone just starting out what you’ve just completed? code every single day, stay curious, get your hands dirty
  1. Discuss in words something you learned in class today or this week. How to marry the front-end to the back-end
  2. Explain what is the difference between Angular and backbone.js? AngularJS is a powerful Javascript based standalone framework whereas Backbone. js is a lightweight javascript framework.
  3. Can you explain the concept…
  1. Discuss in words something you learned in class today or this week. How to login and signup a user in an app
  2. What is SPA (Single Page Application) in Angular? Contrast SPA technology with traditional web technology? On a SPA, after the initial page load, no more HTML gets sent…
  1. Discuss in words something you learned in class today or this week. Using an existing API!
  2. Please explain the digest cycle in Angular? Digest cycle is what Angular JS triggers when a value in the model or view is changed.
  3. Explain the various types of filters in Angular. Filter-Filters an…
  1. Discuss something you learned in class today or this week (Can be tech related, or not.) material tables!
  2. How do you sort and filter data in an Angular Material Table Component? the matSort directive to the table and add mat-sort-header to each column header cell that should trigger sorting.
  3. Discuss…
  1. Discuss in words something you learned in class today or this week. How to use modals and bootstrap stuffs
  2. Explain the difference between an Annotation and a Decorator in Angular?An annotation is hard-coded, a decorator is a function that adds metadata to a class, its members, or its method arguments.
  3. What are the building blocks of Angular? modules, components, templates, metadata, data binding, directives, services, and dependency injection.
  4. Please explain the differences between Angular and jQuery? Jquery is a library used for DOM manipulation whereas Angular is a framework.
  5. What is ngOnInit()? What's it for and what would you put in it? ngOnInit is a life cycle hook called by Angular to indicate that Angular is done creating the component. Implement this interface to execute custom initialization logic after the directive’s data-bound properties have been initialized.
  1. Discuss in words something you learned in class today or this week. How to navigate angular and create components
  2. What is string interpolation in Angular and what is the syntax for it? Embedding expressions into marked up text ; {{}}
  3. Please explain the difference between Angular and AngularJS? Angular is based on TypeScript, AngularJS is based on JavaScript
  4. Could you explain the concept of templates in Angular? Angular templates can have Directive, HTML markup, CSS, Filters, Expressions and Form controls
  5. What are directives in Angular? Used to extend the power of the HTML by giving it new syntax.
  1. Discuss in words something you learned in class today or this week. How to navigate Azure
  2. What is the difference between ApiController and Controller? API controllers do not return views, they return data
  3. What are the differences and similarities of WCF vs ASP.NET Web API? Both are frameworks; The ASP…
  1. Discuss in words something you learned in class today or this week. How to create and utilize a server using Azure
  2. Explain the difference between the Stack and the Heap. We call it stack memory allocation because the allocation happens in function call stack; Heap — The memory is allocated…

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