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Main highlights for me:
- Content and pace. Although it felt quick in parts, it was very easy to follow along
- Live demo / recorded terminal and coding demo's were awesome! Helped with the pace ^^
- The pledge. Seriously, yus! More of this!
Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed this talk (and the FiveEyes one the day before)!
Ending the talk with "because you might die tomorrow" really made this memorable :P
This was my favourite talk of the conference. Hadn't realised so little effort was required to make a site accessible to the vision impaired. Now I'll be doing it everywhere.
+1 to what Ben Dechrai said. Great talk, very informative, but the data was a little dated.
Also, the Black Vodka was dangerously delicious.