Paradoxes and theorems every developer should know


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One of the best lectures at the conference! And it isn't done yet!
Very interesting talk due to stories and examples, that apart from entertaining useful things and ideas are presented.

Plamen Nikolov at 12:56 on 9 Oct 2016

The way algorithms were presented was awesome! It is always a pleasure gaining knowledge this way!

Chris Goosey at 13:11 on 9 Oct 2016

Good talk with different content. only criticism is I struggled to follow the card example, it wasn't clear the point was to disprove the rule on the slide.

Trayan Ivanov at 13:28 on 9 Oct 2016

Really enjoyed this talk.. Thanks!

James Mallison at 14:06 on 9 Oct 2016

What a great talk! It was funny and thought provoking. The speaker didn't need to read from slides a lot and knew how to keep the audience engaged and interested.
Initially I was a little put off by Josh saying at the beginning this has nothing to do with PHP really, but he brought back a lot of the points to PHP and related technologies like MySQL.
Also more jokes about managers and ZF2 next time ;-)

James Titcumb at 14:07 on 9 Oct 2016

Good, well presented with a little light humour thrown in to keep things from getting too deep. I struggled a little with some of the quantum bits, so maybe a bit more visualisation there perhaps? Otherwise, enjoyed it and learn stuff! Thanks

Ivelin Pavlo at 15:17 on 9 Oct 2016

I had a horrible experiance with another talk. But yours really workes well. Thank you!

Ion Ghitun at 16:09 on 9 Oct 2016

Very nice presentation, found out some good info

One of the best talks!

Borislav Sabev at 21:33 on 9 Oct 2016

A very interesting insight into probability and statistics.

Great talk, very funny and thought provoking :)

I expected it to be horrible and boring lecture about formulas, but I was proven wrong ;)
This was maybe the best talk in all the conference... Thank you!