Clean Application Development


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That was my first time listening Adam Culp, very interesting guy, lot of great advices...

Great talk!. Second time I've heard it, still inspirational.

The talk was long, but interesting - no time wasted. I can't say I agreed with everything he said. For example, choosing one framework and sticking to it (I love digging into frameworks, how else would I choose my favourite? ;)). At the same time, I feel like I've learned a lot about being a professional in general. I'm definitely going to try out some of the tips he gave in my daily workflow.

He seems like a great guy. Listening to him was a pleasure.

Good look with the 100 miles, Adam! ;)

Adam Culp is Adam Culp, can not say anything about hist knowhow and speaker skills, he is awesome.
But this was not a workshop..

It was big (and sometimes boring) lecture (4+hours is just too long for listening someone speaking without any feedback or interaction with the audience).

Adam was interesting and really good speaker but I agree with Pavel's comment completely. I liked his talk but I expected more interaction.

The topic that Adam covered is great and indeed required a lot of time.

I am just not sure how is this a workshop and why we were to told to bring laptops? If it's a talk that is supposed to last longer than usual, I think that that should be transparent.

The talk itself was nice, although some obvious tips could have been skipped.

The talk was correct but not what I was expected, especially for the workshop.