NCDevCon Speaker Spotlight: Tim Cunningham


Tim CunninghamTim Cunningham has been obsessed with programming since his dad bought a Kaypro IV to help run the family business in 1984. He started developing web applications in 1995 and developing ColdFusion applications since 1999. He serves as Vice-President of IDMI (Information Distribution and Marketing Incorporated) a group of ColdFusion centric companies aimed at the personal property insurance industry, credit card processing and print management. As Vice-President he strives to keep a forward vision toward new technology to improve customer service, improve employee skill sets and increase company profitability. Tim is proud to be an Adobe Community Professional and a member of the team. He blogs at and hosts community interviews on

Presentation: AngluarJS - What HTML would have been if it had been designed for building web applications

Hyper-Text Markup Language or HTML was originally a specification for CERN researchers to use and share documents. Most of us today are less concerned with creating sets of hyperlinked documents, than we are with creating a full “application-like” experience from the browser. AngularJS, a Google Code project, aims to simplify and organize the creating clean, testable, readable web applications on the client side.

Points to cover:


  • What AngularJS is and is not.
  • How AngularJS complements JQuery
  • Two way data binding
  • MVC nature
  • Declarative DOM manipulation
  • Separation of concerns
  • Dependency Injection
  • Promotes test driven development