I'm getting ready for another project in AngularJS, and there have been some great videos of late. Here are a few of my favorites:
This presentation by Thomas Burleson Thomas Burleson Angular and RequireJS
has been really helpful, giving me solid actionable ideas on how to organize my next project.
This next one by Alicia Liu has really great explanations, is filled with helpful advice, tips and tricks HTML5DevConf: Alicia Liu "Levelling Up in AngularJS"
This presentation by Dave Smith really helped me understand some of the more obscure details around writing Angular directives. The documentation was previously impenetrable, so having a hands on demonstration is really helpful. Dave Smith - Deep Dive into Custom Directives - NG-Conf 2014
I've also been looking into the whole issue of localization, and my current favorite is l20n.js from the mozilla guys. The website is a bit confusing at first, I kind of wish they just provided a few more examples in code, I think the problem is the framework is trying to solve a really tricky problem, so it has use cases I don't currently have.
The ideas behind it are pretty solid though, my favorite aspect is how the translation is deliberately asymmetric. Previously when I've worked on localized product, there's a tension between the translators and the developers. Developers can unintentionally make things very hard to translate and translators can accidentally break the code if they introduce special characters.
l20n pays special attention to these issues, and trys it's best to decouple the two aspects. It's fairly new, but the input format has some interesting properties and is fairly legible.