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What are your current plans?

Bryan James

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Hey everybody. I'm currently building a few prototypes for some inventions that I've designed. Planning on patenting them and selling them in a licensing deal with large companies. I'd love to hear what you are currently working on regarding any entrepreneurial ventures. Thanks and have a great day.
 
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if you need any help or assistance with the manufacturing of your products feel free to pm me.
 
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Currently teaching myself the Angular software development framework. Subsequently will begin development of my idea for a web application.
 

juicemania

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Currently teaching myself the Angular software development framework. Subsequently will begin development of my idea for a web application.

I highly recommend Todd Moto's ultimate angular course -https://ultimateangular.com/. It's well worth the price tag.

I've been developing web apps using Angular for about 6 years now (since AngularJS 1.2.6 then switched to *Angular* 2+) and that course has been the 2nd best resource for me (first being the actual Angular documentation).

Feel free to shoot me a PM if you have any Angular related questions. I wouldn't say im an expert but I know a little bit :)
 
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Deleted50669

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I highly recommend Todd Moto's ultimate angular course -https://ultimateangular.com/. It's well worth the price tag.

I've been developing web apps using Angular for about 6 years now (since AngularJS 1.2.6 then switched to *Angular* 2+) and that course has been the 2nd best resource for me (first being the actual Angular documentation).

Feel free to shoot me a PM if you have any Angular related questions. I wouldn't say im an expert but I know a little bit :)

Hey thanks! I have seen that course recommended by many, and I'll likely work with that next. I wanted to start out with a cheaper option to get the bearings and get a feel for the development process, so I went with NG-Book 2, which is versioned on Angular 6. It's certainly a bit cryptic, since I don't have any OOP background, but Typescript is at least straight forward enough that it's beginning to make sense. I will keep you in mind if I hit any landmines that SO can't help me through.
 

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