Talk in English - US at DomCode 2016
Short URL: https://joind.in/talk/b1e44
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How To Effectively Grow a Development Team
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Nice and fun talk with some stuff to take away and think about.
This was a fantastic talk with so many very agreeable points but also points to consider in more depth.
Great talk on an important subject!
Cats with guns riding unicorns. Nuff said.
I was expecting the usual boring team-building talk, but:
* Didn't realise that the speaker was n0xie
* n0xie did his n0xie magic
Very well presented, practical advice, fun, very useful for any type of company with creative workers.
Would endorse for your own conference, if you are reading this and are organising one.
Best talk of the day for me. The best for last. Really good talk with awesome slides.
It would be totally awesome if there were some takeaways for small companies who can't afford to do everything to make people happy at work.
A well presented case study of improving a team as a whole. It definitely mirrored many of the things I had done managing a team before to improve them, so I could relate to lots of points here, and a few new perspectives helped too! Thanks.
This was one the talks I wanted to see for a longer time. All expectations are met; a good story, good presentation, you remain constantly fascinated by the story. The interaction with the audience was well executed.
I saw this talk before - not sure how I rated it back then; but I do remember the main complaint was that it wasn't structured enough. I'm happy to report that that has improved, in my opinion this is now a full-scale five-star talk by a very entertaining speaker.
Best talk of the conference, this guy is brilliant! Good delivery, speaks from experience and brings the message across very clearly.
I can definitely recommend getting him as a speaker for your conference.
I was curious to hear about growing a team, as I am trying to do right by my people.
I did not realise the speaker was n0xie, the talk delivered was excellent and incredibly insightful.