Rudolf Olah

Rudolf Olah, Software Development Expert

Hi, I’m Rudolf Olah.

I help managers train their team in AngularJS, Elm, Ruby on Rails and other web technologies.

(I also help web developers up-skill and learn Angular, React and Elm and the leadership skills they need to succeed in their careers).

What I can help you with:

Are You Interested in Training Your Team?

If you are interested in training for your team in web development tools like React, Angular, Django or Rails, please feel free to email me at

Or Maybe You Are a Web Developer?

If you are a web developer, I can help you:

  • Upgrade your skills: Angular, Elm, React, Ruby on Rails, Python/Django
  • Upgrade your resume: give you feedback on your resume

I have worked with AngularJS, Ember, Django, Rails Web frameworks and have worked with all sorts of programming languages from C and C++ to Java to Python to Scheme and Common Lisp to Javascript (click here to read more about my software development project expertise).

Over the years I have presented at conferences and meetups, written articles on web development technologies, and trained teams in new technologies. In the last few years I have trained a team in Elm, mentored developers in Ruby on Rails and Angular.js, presented at PyCon Canada, and completed the CAPM (Certified Associate in Project Management) exam.

Are You a Web Developer Interested in Upgrading Your Skills?

If you are interested in mentoring, coaching and upgrading your skills as a web developer, please feel free to email me at

Watch my presentation on software development:


Video Courses:

Training & Development:

  • D3.js course assessment questions for Pluralsight, 2018
  • Elm Training course for software development team, 2016

Learning AngularJS: a newsletter for web developers

logo of Learning AngularJSI send out a newsletter with AngularJS tips for web developers who want to learn AngularJS and to master it. I have sent out newsletters covering tutorials and libraries available for Angular and Angular 2.

Click here for a short video I put together on how to use HTML5 local storage with AngularJS.