SPL: The undiscovered library - Exploring datastructures


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Anonymous at 15:39 on 31 Oct 2015

Anonymous at 15:40 on 31 Oct 2015

Annoying and not really useful talk.

Anonymous at 16:23 on 31 Oct 2015

Anonymous at 19:25 on 31 Oct 2015

Pal, Get out of the corner

I am not sure the speaker was aware of the audience he was talking to, because he explained a supposedly useful topic in quite a boring way, with no real examples.

In fact, it was deeply surprising to me that the only reason given to adopt a so useful and unused library, as he repeatedly pointed, was performance. Why not to show really convincing examples?

Slides were mostly plain text, more effort would have been appreciated.

On the other hand, it was a pleasuere to listen to a gentleman giving his speach on stage.

Great talk, but a bit plain (lack of rhythm). Anyway I got some ideas to try out in my code.

Interesting talk.

Anonymous at 23:40 on 31 Oct 2015

Plain talk, too focused in performance instead of useful examples to apply in real life. He cited thinks like: you could use SPL for the results of a database query. Where was that example? Would liked to see it. Clear speech tough

I liked the talk, it had for me a good structure and I found interesting to discover the SPL. In the other hand, I think the talk lacked rhythm, and slides could also improve, for example, showing the comparison in the same slide.
I loved Mark's british accent btw!

Good talk, interesting subject, but it was like being back in High School math class. Monotone speaker with slow pace.

Talk about an interesting but mostly unknown topic. Also the speech was too "academic" in pace and rhythm. Real world cases would have been great. I wish it included more about `Iterator`s and the like. Glad to hear some british accent on stage also.

Anonymous at 22:51 on 3 Nov 2015

I really like that someone spoke about SPL. The concepts where explained in a very clearly manner, it just that the energy of the speaker was a little too low for my taste, probably not the best hour either

Having already read both books mentioned at the end of the talk and already being familiar with most of what was presented made me loose attention.

Pace was too slow.