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I’m currently in my 3rd year in college studying computer science, but I need to learn AngularJS for an internship I have this summer. Although…
@programmingncr: Advice on picking up AngularJS
I’m currently in my 3rd year in college studying computer science, but I need to …
Use codeschool.com. I went through it a few weeks ago myself (along with the rest of the MEAN stack technologies). I feel like I’m fairly well prepared to create angular applications, and that I have a good knowledge base to keep building on. The first course (of two) is free, but I suggest taking the second one as well if you can spare the $19 for a month of codeschool. Use the college student discount.