Extracting wisdom from stupidity

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Rated 5

John Cleary at 09:58 on 2 Oct 2016

Really great talk, fun and engaging speaker. Slides were fun, and yes, it made me think. I'm going to go home and do something really stupid - thank you.

Rated 5

James Titcumb at 11:33 on 2 Oct 2016

Good & interesting challenge to think differently about problems. Nice talk, thank you :)

Rated 5

Pete McFarlane at 14:01 on 2 Oct 2016

I enjoyed the talk and like the idea of thinking about how and what I'm doing more (at work and outside). The delivery was very good, well paced, engaging and entertaining!

Rated 5

Rich Sage at 14:25 on 2 Oct 2016

Very good talk - well presented and engaging. Given me some different views to take away and use when reframing problems or approaches. Bonus points for your "use all the array functions", you are a brave man ;-)

Rated 5

Chris Emerson at 15:48 on 2 Oct 2016

I really enjoyed this talk - a good insight into thinking patterns and how to approach thinking about problems, stemming from a self-set coding challenge with 'stupid' origins. Delivered really well too.

Rated 4

Derek Kaye at 16:04 on 2 Oct 2016

Good talk. I was expecting it to be about getting requirements from customers, not problem solving, but was still an interesting and engaging talk.

Rated 4

Chris Goosey at 17:13 on 2 Oct 2016

I loved the story behind using all array functions. The beginning was good and you got me quite excited to hear about the raffler, but then you went into a lot of detail on different ways to think, I found this a lot less interesting and detracted on the awesome job you did with the raffler.

Maybe I was too hungover to properly follow...