Talk in English - UK at PHP Yorkshire 2017
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When stranded in a hostile situation, it’s important to prioritise your needs. Do you seek out shelter, sustenance, or fire first?
This is the challenge a developer can find themselves facing in a new company - when the glow of the successful interview process fades and is replaced with harsh reality, how do you endure?
In this talk we’ll see what’s really important for survival, what a developer’s hierarchy of needs looks like, and how they can go about making a development organisation a hospitable place to live.
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Difficult to know what point we were on, or if it was a subpoint.
Slow at the beginning but gained momentum from mid on towards the end , some valid points raised !
Great talk on how to build a development team that works well both internally and with other teams
Very interesting and good talk, but it was missing "something" although I can't put my finger on it, that prevented it from being 5/5
Really interesting comparison to Maslow's pyramid.
Good use of some real life examples but a little unsure of the points
Interesting topic, good theory
Very good talk, apt comparison and helped give me a grounding in where our team is, where it could be and where it is (thankfully) not.
Clear and helpful !!
A to build our dailyCodingMap for who is already in the process
A very good picture of what could be for who you is a junior
Thank you !!!
Good talk, well delivered, and with thought-provoking points. I really like the use of Maslow's pyramid of needs and the practical application of them. As with a lot of conference talks, it sometimes felt aimed at very large organisations more than (much!) smaller agencies or freelancers.
Not what I was expecting... Was more expecting a how to debug talk from the title... but a good talk no the less.
I see all parts of his talk in our work.
Sometimes were just in the lets get this stuff done mode.
A difficult topic to tackle, but relevant to everyone in the industry. Good structure to the slides deck, aptly built around a Maslow pyramid parallel. Clearly a knowledgeable speaker too, but the pace of it was lacking either a bit of rhythm or a bit of "zing" and passion. A worthwhile presentation though, and I think one of the best at the conference.
Interesting, but it felt a little sluggish at points. Some good topics raised though, particularly around getting the dev team process spot on and expanding that to the surrounding teams; I really liked this approach.