Choose from a constant stream of top Angular jobs while staying flexible as a freelancer.

At Toptal, you get to work on complex Angular projects with top clients who understand the value of elite engineering talent. As a Toptaler, you can design your own schedule, get real-time help from a global community of experts, and enjoy top professional development opportunities.
Hiring Angular developers? Learn more about Toptal.

Why should you use Toptal to build your career?

At Toptal, you’ll always have plenty of opportunities available to grow personally and professionally. From working with cutting-edge technologies to getting real-time feedback from a global community of top developers, there are always options for creating value for yourself here.
  • Grow your career by working with top companies
    At Toptal, you’ll choose from projects with industry leaders like Airbnb and J.P. Morgan and learn cutting-edge technologies and skills.
  • Never worry about payments
    At Toptal, you set your own rate, always get paid on time, and never have to worry about negotiating with clients or competing with cheap, inexperienced developers.
  • Design your own lifestyle
    No offices, no useless meetings, and no mandatory hours. You choose your own availability and enjoy the freedom to work from wherever you want.
  • Learn from peers and take advanced technical courses
    Have a bug? Ping the Toptal Slack Community for real-time, on-demand support from a global network of top engineers. Want to learn a new skill? The Toptal Academy is designed to help you rapidly gain professional expertise in a new technology.
  • Get featured on the Toptal Engineering Blog
    With hundreds of thousands of subscribers, hundreds of advanced technical studies, and frequent syndication requests from top industry publications, publishing on the Toptal Engineering Blog is a unique chance to show off your top work to the best in the industry.
  • Speak at conferences and attend events
    Not only will you be able to attend Toptal Community events in cities all around the world, but as part of the Toptal Speakers Network, we’ll also help you attend leading conferences, submit papers, and prepare and deliver keynote speeches.

Meet members of the Toptal Angular community:

Lana Kolupaeva
Seattle, WA, United States
Lana is a thorough and methodical software engineer with a strong enterprise background and love for the fast-paced work. She has over 10 years of experience building enterprise Java applications as a developer, team leader, and technical project manager. Read more
Philip Riley
Harrisonburg, VA, United States
Over the last 14 years, Phil has proven again and again his ability to get things done, whether it's extending and improving an existing project, or developing one from scratch. He is able to move smoothly between technologies, and has an exceptional ability to dive into a new field and start contributing immediately. He's a great team player, mentor, and thought leader, but also has the discipline to fly solo. Read more
Hakeem Abbas
Cupertino, CA, United States
Hakeem has four years of experience in developing Android apps including being part of a small team at Microsoft responsible for the development of remote desktop client apps. He joined Microsoft after finishing his bachelor's degree in computer science and has done various internships where he had a chance to develop a variety of mobile apps on different platforms. Hakeem is very experienced with Java and C++ based Android development. Read more
Bryce Ott
Provo, UT, United States
With more than fifteen years working as an engineer, architect, director, vice president, and CTO, Bryce brings a deep understanding of enterprise software, management, and technical strategy to any project. His specialties include Amazon Web Services (AWS), real-time systems, business intelligence, big data, enterprise web apps, scalability, education, and open-source software. Read more
Julien Renaux
Toulouse, France
Julien is a front-end Mobile Engineer with experience working for startups and multinationals across the world. As a certified Scrum Master, Julien has worked with a team of 10 engineers located in three different countries for eBay. He spends most of his free time writing on his blog, developing his own open source projects, organizing Google Developer Group or AngularToulouse meetups, or contributing to open source projects. Read more
Chris Gunawardena
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Chris is a developer/solutions architect with over 12 years of experience working for Accenture, Cricket Australia, RMIT University, and Sportsbet. He is a full-stack developer capable of DevOps and automated testing as well as creating cutting-edge web applications. Read more
Ryan J. Peterson
Hershey, PA, United States
Ryan is a top architect, entrepreneur, and developer. He boasts a proven competency in building cloud-scalable, extensible software and systems. He writes code that can be maintained and expanded over time as business systems and requirements adapt to market demands or pivots in core business direction. Read more
Vincent St. Louis
Charlotte, NC, United States
Vincent is a passionate software engineer with a deep understanding of software systems and extensive experience in software architecture, planning, and developing complex systems. He's a goal-oriented team player with strong interpersonal skills who loves thinking out of the box and take on new challenges. Read more
Ahmet Shapiro-Erciyas
Seattle, WA, United States
Ahmet has over four years of industry experience in Java. He has led internal AngularJS training at Target and has developed iOS apps with 6,000+ downloads. He’s solved a unique problem of estimating a user's current location within buildings that cause weak satellite signals through his Sky Walker application (iOS). He's also a United States Certified Chess Master (top one percentile). He is currently seeking iOS or Angular roles. Read more
Josiah Kruse
Brooklyn, United States
Josiah started in the web industry in 2006, helping to launch a startup eCommerce business that sold home and garden products. At the same time, he began taking college courses in programming. After trying out the GIS mapping industry, where he worked for a couple of years, Josiah settled back into web development in 2011. He's since worked for AT&T, the Freelancers Union, Vouchd, and Sunstone Components Group as a web developer. Read more

See 3 typical Angular jobs you’ll have access to at Toptal:

Top clients, ranging from industry-leaders to rapidly growing start-ups, use Toptal to hire elite Angular developers for their mission-critical jobs.
  • Senior Angular Consultant
    Angular, PHP, Yii
    We are building a web application that monitors the access of medical equipment across the country. This web application was developed in PHP with Yii 1.1 on the back-end and Angular on the front-end. We are looking for a senior developer to do a code audit and make sure what our internal team has delivered is of top quality.
  • Senior Angular UI Developer
    Angular, Git
    We are looking for an engineer to rebuild a large custom enterprise application with custom entities/workflows. The API is complete, and we are now looking for a senior front-end developer to build the UI. Your primary focus will be to implement a complete user interface in the form of a mobile and desktop web app, with a focus on performance. Your main duties will include creating modules and components and coupling them together into a functional app.
  • Front-End Engineer
    Angular, Angular Material, Bower
    We are building tools to automate freight operations in the transportation industry. As a front-end engineer on our team, you will be working to build new and existing web user interfaces geared for fast data entry, assisted by templates and suggestions generated by our back-end services.

Enjoy competitive, worry-free compensation.

At Toptal, you set your own rates and never have to spend time marketing yourself, billing clients, etc. Most Toptalers make substantially more through Toptal than they did at their previous jobs, and we’ll always pay you on time, even if clients have not yet paid us. Never worry about payments again.
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Design your own lifestyle.

At Toptal, you can choose your own schedule and work from anywhere in the world that has Internet. Whether you want to spend more time at home with your family or start traveling and work from exotic beaches, the choice is completely up to you. No offices, no mandatory hours, just complete freedom to work in the way that suits you best.

Join tech conferences, advanced skill development sessions, and more.

At Toptal, you’ll always have plenty of opportunities available to grow personally and professionally. From working with cutting-edge technologies to getting real-time feedback from a global community of top engineers, there are always options for creating value for yourself here.
Santo Domingo
Dominican Republic

You’re invited to join PyCaribbean 2018, an annual, international conference of Python experts with the goal of connecting the North American, European, Hispanic, and Caribbean communities. The 3rd annual event takes place February 17-18 in Santo Domingo.

The event will feature several speakers, including Eryn Peters, Toptal’s Head of Community. Eryn will give a talk on February 17th titled “Benefits of remote working and contracting independently.” Join Eryn at 3:20 PM in Room C.

The event starts at 9am at PYHEX Work. For more information and the schedule, please see the event website.


Join us for Delex 2018, February 17th in Minsk.

Delex stands for Delivery Excellence: a dense mixture of best practices and experience. Skilled usage of test automation and DevOps can shift delivery to new heights.

This one-day event will be filled up with progressive ideas from changemakers and the most inspiring thinkers, raising the standards of automated testing, DevOps, and tools.

Igor Khrol, Toptal’s Team Lead of Analytics, will give a talk titled “Who should write automated tests?” He’ll discuss various team roles: testers, developers, test automation engineers, and business analysts, and will share his experience in managing teams. Join Igor at 3:20 PM in Room 1.

The event takes place at Renaissance Minsk Hotel. For more information, please see the event posting.


We invite you to join the next Ruby Meditation, taking place in Kiev, February 17th.

The event is a great opportunity to meet the Ruby community in the area as well as developers like Ike Kurghinyan, Team Lead at Toptal. Ike will give a talk titled “Monads are monoids in the category of endofunctors explained.”

The event begins at 11 AM at Hub 4.0. For more information on the schedule, please visit the even website.


On February 20th, we are partnering with Ruby Floripa, a group of people interested in Ruby & Rails who get together every month in Florianópolis to share their knowledge and experience.

The event will be a great opportunity to connect with other developers and Toptalers like Jônatas Paganini, Back-end Developer and Team Lead at Toptal, who will be one of the event speakers. Jônatas will give a talk titled “Search Ruby code with fast.”

The event begins at 7:00 PM at Resultados Digitais HQ 2.0. For more information, please see the event website.

Publish technical papers alongside Angular developers on the Toptal Engineering Blog.

The Toptal Engineering Blog features hundreds of thousands of subscribers, daily in-depth technical studies, and frequent syndication requests from leading publications across the tech industry. By joining, you’ll be able to publish on the Toptal Engineering Blog and show your top work off to a global audience of Angular developers.
Sergey Moiseev
Freelance Full-stack Developer
An Angular 5 Tutorial: Step by Step Guide to Your First Angular 5 App
Angular 5 is a new version of the Angular framework developed by Google. Angular 5 comes with improvements including optimized builds and faster compile times, but in this Angular 5 tutorial, we are going to build a notes app from scratch. If you’ve been waiting to learn Angular 5, this tutorial is for you.
Ahmet Shapiro-Erciyas
Freelance Software Engineer
Angular Change Detection and the OnPush Strategy
Out of the box, Angular provides two different change detection strategies: Default and OnPush. Each strategy has its own advantages, but sometimes it is easy to miss a nifty optimization opportunity if you stick to the default strategy. In this article, Toptal Freelance Software Engineer Ahmet Shapiro-Erciyas walks us through the available change detection strategies and shows how to use them in any Angular project.

Why do top Angular experts join Toptal?

Dave Stone
Senior Angular Engineer
United Kingdom
Dave is a web developer and entrepreneur, with over a decade of experience in JavaScript and related technologies. He has been a founder and CEO, and has served as an advisor to a number of companies. He's started businesses, raised capital, and designed numerous products.
I had already been working as a freelance engineer and product and platform consultant for a number of years in and around London, UK. As I moved away from London and embraced an itinerate lifestyle, I began working on Toptal projects more and more often, until they became my primary focus. Front-end engineering with Angular at Toptal keeps me product-focused for clients.
Ivan Mornar
Full Stack Developer
Split, Croatia
Ivan is a full stack engineer specializing in the MEAN stack, and passionate about new technologies. He has a Master's in Electrical Engineering, and has built applications for radar scanning and planning out military force movements.
Joining the Toptal community has been the biggest step in my career, and I've always felt like I can count on good advice from our Angular community in tricky situations. More than anything else, this motivates me to perfect my Angular skills so I can repay the favor to others. I believe that makes us a strong family that grows stronger over time.
Julien Renaux
Front-End Mobile Engineer
Toulouse, France
Julien has worked with startups and multinationals across the world. As a certified Scrum Master, Julien has worked with a team of 10 engineers located in three different countries for eBay. He spends most of his free time writing on his blog, developing his own open source projects, organizing Google Developer Group or AngularToulouse meetups, speaking at Angular conferences, and contributing to open source projects.
Toptal has a growing Angular community that participates in Angular events all over the world as speakers or attendees. Being able to share and use that knowledge with clients has been challenging, but extremely useful for my career. Toptal invests a lot in its communities and events, which help us grow as people and software developers.

By joining Toptal, you’ll have full flexibility over which projects you choose and when you want to work.

Aside from enjoying the benefits of our amazing community, you’ll have full flexibility to accept or reject projects as you prefer. Whether you prefer to work full-time at Toptal or you’d rather just take on occasional hourly jobs, the choice is yours.