How Fabrice Became An Angular Architect In 8 Weeks

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Learn how Fabrice became an Angular architect in 8 weeks.

He asked himself “How can I strengthen my knowledge” and he joined Angular Architect Accelerator.

Fabrice shares his experience with the course and how he became a better Angular developer.

Do you want to become an Angular architect? Check out Angular Architect Accelerator.

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