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Dennis van den Ende at 13:54 on 24 Jun 2016

Mega interessant maar boah wat saai.

Chilion Snoek at 13:58 on 24 Jun 2016

Speaker has no interaction with the audience, is very very nervous and it looks like he sees his own powerpoint for the very first time. The topic is quite interessting but unfortunatly the speaker couldnt keep my attention.

Dennis C. at 14:02 on 24 Jun 2016

Practice your talk more so you are less nervous and know your slides better. I would have liked some better explenation about why certain choices have been made and what pros and cons the choice has.

Dennis van den Ende at 14:52 on 24 Jun 2016

Interesting topic, but very boring talk.

@Dennisvdende maybe it's an idea to give some feedback on the talk instead of just saying it's bad

Anonymous at 08:53 on 26 Jun 2016

Topic would have been interessting, but as it was presented it was not that good, it wasn't what I expected after reading the description. Sorry, but this was a waste of my time...

Was more of a "this is how we decided to do things at our place" rather than any educational material.

Interesting topic, but the talk really wasn't what I expected it to be. It was more on the 'how' and 'what' and not much on the 'why'. So, I couldn't really learn from it. And because it was more about workflow / process, the coding examples were only a distraction. You might be able to improve it by visualizing the workflow.

And I can imagine why, as you said during your talk, you got into a heated discussion with another speaker. ;)

This talk covered a lot of techniques and practices used at nationalevacaturebank.nl, mainly in the field of building and testing. Although the reasons were not always clear, it was still quite interesting.

We went into details quite quick, I was missing a good introduction with a few main questions. I would also suggest to omit some low-level details (like the buildscript internals) and explain more of the reasons behind these practises.