Loved it, thank you so much for sharing.
This workshop covered the basics of Streams really well. You gave some really good, easy to understand examples of how and when to use streams, as well as some insight as to why java 8 introduced a more "functional" programming syntax with Lambdas and Streams.
Looking through the github project after the fact, it looks like there is quite a bit more than what was able to be talked about, my guess is this likely should have been a 1.5 hour long workshop rather than ~45 minutes.
The only thing I can think that might be a good idea to possibly think about for future presentations is how questions were posed to the attendees. I can't remember the exact questions that were asked, but they were very specific (almost like testing someone's knowledge of java). Generally these types of questions lead to only one or two people answering (or no one at all in some cases), because no one really wants to be wrong in front of 20-30+ other people. It might be a good idea to take a different approach to interacting with attendee's, or change up some of the questions.
Other than that, it was a really great and informative presentation that felt well prepared.
Thank you, we had a blast teaching. Here is a public viewing link to the slides: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1t2FewWQEnQ6bfvmw2S-suiXaHsY8gYs4Hc9GUqx-JpU/edit?usp=sharing
Is there any way I can get the slides? My notes are missing a lot.
Super informative and broken down into smaller sections that were easy to digest. Didn't go too fast, but also left understanding a fair amount more than before. The progression of the deep-dives into the code flowed very well and was not jumpy at all, making it easy to comprehend.
Can I get the slides for this course??
One of the best talks I attended this year. It was well-prepared and well-presented.
Thanks everyone for the feedback. My slides can be found at https://speakerdeck.com/localfilmmaker/regular-expressions-for-fun-and-profit.
Excellent organization, content, and delivery. Your points are actionable, and appropriate to the audience. Thanks!