Keynote in English - UK at jsDay 2017
Short URL: https://joind.in/talk/a68a6 (QR-Code (opens in new window))
Fraud syndrome, better known as impostor syndrome, is a common phenomena where someone feels like a fraud because they think everyone is better than themselves.
From his job in San Francisco, to teaching coding in Bali, Jose will share his personal experiences of working for multiple startups in various cities across the world, and share his views on how to learn the most popular (and unpopular) language in the world.
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We need more talk like that! Great job!
a great talk with many topics to think about!
Great talk with some serious food for thought. Talking about the emotional side of our job is something that I'd love to see more often in the community.
Great talk: smart, funny and really interesting
I felt it wasn't an incredible keynote but was very enjoyable regardless. I heard someone saying it was a bit too long and I second the feedback, I would suggest to pick up the pace a bit (to include more) or finish earlier. But anyhow good talk!
Inspiring opening talk :)
Nice keynote... Loved Addy Osmani's quote (and others good points as well)
Extremely well-delivered talk! You should probably move your career to acting, you'll probably make more money than with software... and yes you'll get rid of all this annoying JS fatigue (fatigue)!
It was a really nice talk, I liked it
Very interesting and fun talk
The PERFECT keynote, thanks Jose.
Very good introduction! Thanks :)
Very interesting talk!
It really reminded me of the struggles I had faced in the past. And how much I felt like loser when I joined a team which used unfamilar technologies. Glad to be reinforced that I am not the only one and others share the pain :)
I had a lot of fun! Brilliant!
Very good talk!
Aweson talk! Perfect for starting.
Great, inspiring talk.
Very good talk, it did start bit too much as a self promotion but after the intro it was great.
Amazing talk, amazing experience.
Really nice talk to open the conference. I've found interesting things to think on.