Talk comments

Eric Mann at 19:10 on 8 Aug 2016

The content of the talk was a bit slim. I was hoping for more of a walkthrough and better illustrations (particularly since XSLT isn't very friendly to begin with and there are plenty of alternatives).

Great bullet points, each accentuated with relevant anecdotes from Cal's own experience. That kind of presentation really brings it home for attendees.

Steve Grunwell at 11:39 on 8 Aug 2016

As usual, Cal knocked it out of the park with one of his famous (infamous?) keynotes. Great insight into the career path of a professional developer, which dovetailed into the professional development from some Ohioan :cough: just before it.

Steve Grunwell at 11:37 on 8 Aug 2016

Tim is one of my favorite speakers, and I certainly appreciated his emphasis on giving us real, "you can use these today" examples. Even the Live Demo Gods approved!

I *should* take off a star for him forgetting to mute his notifications, but he gets it back for encouraging us to spam his open port (and not getting mad when we did).

Mathieu Imbert at 11:27 on 8 Aug 2016

Excellent talk! With all the web technologies around (languages, databases, caching, testing, version control, ...), it's easy to get so focused on our jobs that we forgot the most important tool: ourselves.

Aram Comjean at 09:23 on 8 Aug 2016

Well done talk. Interesting and informative. Lots of ground to cover in short period of time.

An explanation of what the company offers/does and the attached open source project would be good to add.

Aram Comjean at 09:16 on 8 Aug 2016

Solid talk, with lots of useful information

enas hasan at 23:10 on 6 Aug 2016

I found it interesting and enlightening. I enjoyed this talk.

enas hasan at 23:09 on 6 Aug 2016

I learned a lot from this talk. I can definitely use and share with the rest of my team.

enas hasan at 23:09 on 6 Aug 2016

Loved it! very nice and very thorough. Definitely will use in my current job and share with the rest of my team.