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Before Kronos, Peter held the position of Technical Director with Brokat Technologies, a global provider of mobile payment solutions. Prior to that, Peter was a Sr. Architect with GemStone Systems, providing distributed, enterprise-ready data grid and object persistence solutions and J2EE application server technologies. He is a technology addict and evangelist and has led many grass-roots efforts to introduce leading edge, advanced technologies and development processes.
It is a powerful, versatile tool you can leverage to solve virtually every problem you can image. Its versatility and popularity guarantees that, once introduced to your organization, you will soon have a plethora of server-side JS applications to manage. This poses a number of problems for an enterprise architect: How do I maximize reuse across projects? How do I even enable reuse in JS?
Are there best practices I should follow? How do I manager 3rd party libraries? Are there coding practices, patterns or standards I should adopt and champion across my teams? What about name spacing concerns?
File management and dynamic loading? Writing libraries for use on both client and server? There is no doubt that Angular is now mainstream.
That made it easier for you to convince the powers-that-be to let you select Angular for your project. You've done a small but successful POC and now your 'big' project has been green lighted to kick off next month. Your team is jazzed but as you start to plan out the real work, you begin to realize that there are many aspects inherrent to large Angular projects that have no 'out of the box' answers.
Stack overflow can only contribute 'it depends' answers that leave you more confused than before you read them. And now the panic starts to seep in, killing your buzz.