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Build amazing apps with Aurelia

  • Development
  • Frontend
  • Mobile

Today it is critical for organizations to create and develop rich user experiences. Aurelia is a next generation Javascript framework – or in other words, it is a powerful framework to enable you to build amazing apps.

In this webinar, Belatrix experts Hugo Marcelo Del Negro and Guillermo Eyherabide, will explain what is Aurelia and how you can take advantage of it. Specifically, we will discuss:

  • Why is Javascript so popular?
  • Why do we need a next-generation framework for Javascript?
  • What is Aurelia?
  • What are the advantages of Aurelia?
  • What is the architecture of Aurelia?
  • How is Belatrix working with Aurelia?

You can follow the build-up, as well as the live webinar, on Twitter with the hashtag #AureliaApps

We look forward to seeing you there!


Guillermo Eyherabide

Guillermo Eyherabide – .Net developer

Guillermo Eyherabide joined Belatrix in 2016. He is a full stack .net developer with over 5 years of experience with a degree in Computer Sciences from the University of Salvador.

He is currently working with cutting-edge front-end technologies such as Aurelia, Javascript ES6, HTML5 and CSS3.

In his free time he likes to play soccer or just to go for a run.

Hugo Marcelo Del Negro

Hugo Marcelo Del Negro – Software Engineer

Full Stack Software Engineer with almost 10 years working on architecting, coding apps and interacting with infrastructure matters.

Hugo has been involved in a variety of applications and different architectures: Cloud applications, Sharepoint 2010 Applications, SPA Applications,Domain Driven Design Architectures, CQRS and Mobile android native and hybrid apps.

He is also experienced as devOps engineer working on Windows Server and GNU/Linux environments.

Hugo joined Belatrix in 2015 and he’s currently involved on building new Aurelia apps.



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