Talk comments

It's all about the meme-age! Great job Diego on keeping the crowd entertained and showing some excellent tricks on supercharging Node.js. I loved it - the right amount of personal, technical, and humorous.

There's so much hype around WebAssembly right now - and this was a really quick, organized, and thorough walk through of how to leverage this exciting technology.

I'm definitely bringing this one to Tel Aviv - it was definitely a fun and high energy way to close the first day. Great job on an excellent session Tony!

I thought the talk was very good - clearly very knowledgeable on the history and trends in JS.

Small comments Massimiliano -
The fonts were a little small and the contrast not strong enough on the slides, so they were hard to decipher at the back - this will be easy to fix for the next one.

Congrats on a great talk on such short notice!

Excellent opening to the second day with humor and energy, and simplifying the complex and overwhelming world of AI. Loved the bot quotes & of course NSFW.js

Great job Gant!

Anubi Gattone at 08:57 on 16 May 2019


very good on a partially unknown field (for me at least..).

Interesting and a good way to finish this amazing experience :)

Anubi Gattone at 08:55 on 16 May 2019


nothing to point out...

Excellent and intersting work.

Speaker had a mesmering voice :)

Anubi Gattone at 08:54 on 16 May 2019


I followed it, interesting and engaging but something was missing imho...probably this talk has just scratched the surface of a huge field..

Anyway good work

Anubi Gattone at 08:52 on 16 May 2019


I follow some comment down here...probably it would have been better with different talk and speech choices:
- tone of the voice (but it takes time to master, I know..)
- split the code into chunks or maybe just focus on few topics..
- probably slow down a bit?

I don't know, it's just my personal feedback, don't take it personally,
anyway an IMPRESSIVE work!

Anubi Gattone at 08:45 on 16 May 2019


maybe I was a little bit sleepy, I probably had lost something