Dart is Google’s application programming language that’s easy to learn, easy to scale, and deployable everywhere. Google depends on Dart to make very large apps for its customers and internal teams. Let’s look at the benefits and features of this elegant language that is allowing developers around the world building scalable and secure applications. We’ll also learn how to get started with building a server with our Dart server-side framework called Aqueduct.
|Marcus Smith is a Myrtle Beach native who graduated from Furman University. Following college, he spent 3 years in Japan where he taught English and met his wife of 2 years. He came to stable||kernel after working for BMW as a software engineer and running his own software development company called Frozen Fire Studios, though he’s been programming since he was 11. Marcus enjoys traveling, learning new languages, and taking walks.|
|Erik Rahtjen is a software engineer from Atlanta, GA. After graduating from Emory University, he became the lead software engineer for Longstreet Solutions before joining the stable||kernel team. He spends most of his time working on mobile apps for both iOS and Android and for fun he reads sci-fi and cooks elaborate meals.|