Talk comments

Leon Weemen at 13:02 on 3 Aug 2016

As many stated before, the examples were great and the pace was perfect.

Yvonne Gevers at 13:22 on 26 Jul 2016

Thanks for the interesting talk! When can we expect the presentation?

Arnout Boks at 12:18 on 23 Jul 2016

Best talk I saw at this conference, in my opinion! I liked the novel subject and insights, and the 'evangelism' for seasoned developers to stay in a technical role than move into line management.

(Sorry I can't deliver this feedback as a shit sandwhich, but I really have no negative point to put in between ;) )

Arnout Boks at 12:14 on 23 Jul 2016

Good talk, with nice practical examples. No need to be nervous, because you clearly know your matter well. I think the talk could use a bit more structure though, with some explanation of the common points and differences of the various ML methods presented, and which methods to choose for which problems.

Arnout Boks at 09:14 on 23 Jul 2016

Good delivery and nice examples. I would have liked some more in-depth content though, the pace was a bit slow, and in my opinion too much time (of the half hour left) was spent on some non-React Javascript basics.

Arnout Boks at 09:09 on 23 Jul 2016

Nice introduction to graph databases and recommendation engines. Would have appreciated a bit more general theory/background than some hasty usage examples of one particular library.

Tom Lether at 16:00 on 9 Jul 2016

Great talk about application of eventsourcing in (turn based) gaming.

Tom Lether at 15:58 on 9 Jul 2016

Good talk, an interesting and logical approach to legacy projects. A programmer usually thinks from the code but this was an eye opener.

Tom Lether at 15:57 on 9 Jul 2016

Well built presentation, interesting subject and an interesting approach to the subject. The examples were well thought out and emphasised the basics greatly.

Tom Lether at 15:54 on 9 Jul 2016

Great talk with some good examples.