Talk comments

Great taik!!
this talk is based on creasy work, and i allways think about how can i do similler?

I can get too mutch information from this, Thanks!!!

Ed Barnard at 15:38 on 13 Jun 2017

Cal's performance of this talk was useful to me personally. "Community" is a difficult concept for many of us introverts. It's great to have Cal show us ways we can fit in (contribute), and do it in ways that work for ourselves.

Ed Barnard at 15:35 on 13 Jun 2017

This was the third time I've seen this talk, and I was able to pull a lot more out of the talk this time through. That's because I've had time to apply some of her suggestions myself. It's a difficult topic.

Ed Barnard at 15:31 on 13 Jun 2017

This talk ran out of time, but we'd been having technical difficulties all day. This talk was more than a basic introduction to machine learning; that made the talk more interesting to me. Thank you!

Ed Barnard at 15:28 on 13 Jun 2017

It was enjoyable to hear such a success story. What an amazing feat accomplished! Femi clearly explained to us a successful implementation of Murphy's Law (if something can possibly go wrong, assume that it will, and plan accordingly). The internet went dark and monitoring via text message... wow. We use microservices though not on this level. Femi gave us an excellent list of things to do, things to watch out for, things to monitor, and so on. I'm proud for all of us to hear of Femi & Sunday's success.

Ed Barnard at 15:22 on 13 Jun 2017

This was a great approach that connects the TDD process to more than just writing unit tests. Thank you. I particularly want to thank you for the gift from you and your girl friend. I have lived overseas myself, and understand how difficult (and thoughtful) an action you took. Your gesture of sincerity was touching. Her gift in support of you, coming halfway around the planet to share with us, was amazing. It is difficult to reach across cultures and make a connection. You succeeded.

Ed Barnard at 15:16 on 13 Jun 2017

Useful and well structured. We're planning to continue using CakePHP for years to come, so this is important for us to know.

Ed Barnard at 15:15 on 13 Jun 2017

I'm giving this five stars because this time slot was useful and well done. Consider this a thank you to each of our Lightning Talk speakers.

Very good talk. Nice structure and hands-on pointers for this kind of use-cases. Interesting to see the functionality Google provides through its Cloud Platform.

Very interesting talk! Also, good reminder about how one can depend on CakePHP as a framework and how good they are about support and handling BC. Good insight into their roadmap.