The Original Hypertext Preprocessor


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Very interesting talk about the original hypertext preprocessor. I wasn't able to hear for the first 10 to 15 minutes, but that wasn't Drew's fault. He was very informative and very humorous. It was a great talk to go to immediately after lunch, because his talk was definitely not one I wanted to sleep through.

This was an excellent talk about a topic near and dear to me... Content Management Systems. I enjoyed the emphasis on how the human element is the hardest part, and that it is the details like good error messages that state how to fix the problem are key. It is easy to forget such things in the heat of programming.

Oh, the only thing to critique is the title of the talk -- the "word on the street" was that people who didn't read the talk description felt mislead.

An excellent talk although I would agree that the title was misleading. The content was the stuff that every web developer should hear... put the customer first and make the experience easy for them. Great presentation!

Anonymous at 09:09 on 25 May 2011

YMMD with that ansewr! TX

Anonymous at 18:54 on 25 May 2011

Thanks for sharing. What a plesarue to read!

Anonymous at 12:12 on 26 May 2011

More posts of this quality. Not the usual c***, plasee