A good travel through the history of the Internet and the WWW.
I saw many talks about event sourcing, but Even, at least for me, was able to explain it in a way where everything comes together.
API development from a totally different approach.
Instead of reminding us of a "good" API should do, he made as think about what a "good" API shouldn't do!
For me it opens up a complete new look at API design.
Mike has to work in his magic tricks :-)
But, besides that, he made sure we don't forget the principles of API's .
A very good insight into what we all are going through in our daily job.
Now I definitely know that my team is not the only one that has to go through the pain of changing requirements.
Definitely a great eye opener for a lot of people.
He encouraged me to keep doing what and how I do my testing.
We got cut short on the double-loop, but I am sure I can figure it out myself.
THE most entertaining talk I've ever seen!
Besides the entertainment part, it also clarified a couple of things for me in regards to Docker.
FYI - Tim, don't loose that puppet. Without it, the talk wouldn't be what it was today.
I learned a lot from Cal today!
Not only that I am that person he described in his talk, I made all the mistakes he described.
On the other side, no I know how to do my part of the job better and how to get to my goal faster.
Well-delivered, sufficiently scary, and a mix of solid analogies and clear calls to action, so you know both what to do and what not to...and why...and both how you get to a point where an API has issues and how to avoid getting there. So...par for the course for a talk of Keith's :)
Sadly I didn't catch the start of this but what I did catch was funny, informative and encouraging