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About the Authors
Pawel Kozlowski has over 15 years of professional experience in web development and was fortunate enough to work with a variety of web technologies, languages, and platforms. He is not afraid of hacking both at the client-side and server-side and always searches for the most productive tools and processes.
Pawel strongly believes in free, open-source software. He has been very committed to the AngularJS project and also is very active in the AngularJS community. He also contributes to Angular UI – the companion suite to the AngularJS framework, where he focuses on Twitter’s Bootstrap directives for AngularJS.
When not coding, Pawel spreads a good word about AngularJS at various conferences and meetups.
Reflecting on the last few months I can’t believe how fortunate I was to work on this book with so many great people. This text wouldn’t have been possible without all the help and hard work of you all. Thank you.
Firstly I would like to say a “Thank you” to all the members of the AngularJS team at Google. You are the dream team working on an amazing framework. Keep up the great work! My special thanks go to Brad Green, Miško Hevery, Igor Minar, and Vojta Jína. Brad, thank you for putting Peter and me in contact with the publisher and encouraging us to write this book.
Miško, thank you for reviewing our book and bearing with us when we had naive questions about AngularJS. Igor, for your constant support and an endless stream of good hints, which made this book much better. It was a lot of fun to work with all of you guys. I would like to extend my gratitude to the entire AngularJS community, especially to people with whom I’ve interacted on the mailing list and other forums.
I can’t name you all, but your insightful questions were great inspiration for this book. A vibrant, supportive community behind AngularJS is one more reason why this framework is so great. Thanks are due to all the people at Packt Publishing: Rukhsana Khambatta, Dayan Hyames, and Arshad Sopariwala. You’ve made the entire writing and publishing process very smooth and straightforward. Thank you.