The Lost Art of Defensive Programming

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Rated 5

Eli White at 11:03 on 30 Jan 2016

Excellent talk and great insight from someone who has been in the business for quite a while.

Rated 5

Stefan van Essen at 11:07 on 30 Jan 2016

Lovely talk, lots of good recommendations that luckily for the most part we already follow at our company, but still a good refresher!

Some good reminders in this talk that I should keep in mind more than I currently do. Great delivery!

Rated 5

Toon Verwerft at 13:59 on 31 Jan 2016

Super talk, loved every part of it!

The one thing that developers keep forgetting is "time". The passage of time will erode even rocks, and codebases are a lot less SOLID (pun intended).
Jeremy's talk adresses that nicely, and as usual there's always that one SUPER useful thing in his talk that you didn't know about before.

Rated 4

Tom Cannaerts at 20:42 on 31 Jan 2016

Great advice from someone who (like me) started programming in the pre-framework era.

Great talk and I really enjoyed it.

For a beginner talk, some things might need a little more (or sometimes at all) explanation.
I had to look through the slides afterward and look some things up. Only to find out i did now some of them, just not the abbreviations (xss for example).

Rated 4

Miro Svrtan at 23:52 on 31 Jan 2016

Very insightful talk.

Yes, there were moment I felt Jeremy was 'captain obvious' but there were more than few examples where I was thinking 'why the hell didn't I think of that?'.

Tnx Jeremy!

It was good the hear that we are on the right track from someone who is been in the business for a long time. The talk was different than I expected from the title only. But after listening, and reading the summary, I understood that I had to prepare better.

It isn't a very technical talk but that makes it even better, enough humor during the talk.

Rated 5

Jimmy Comack at 10:38 on 1 Feb 2016

This talk tied in with the ones I saw presented by Rafael and Matthias during the weekend and completed my list of "A-ha's!" and "Gotcha's". It was nice to see that some of the points highlighted in this talk, were things I already did naturally.

Definitely one of the better and more entertaining talks.

The experience that the speakers has adopted during his career as developer / manager summarized in this awesome talk.
We will certainly discuss the slides on the next dev meeting!

Amusing and yet filled with good pointers.

Rated 5

Robert Basic at 08:40 on 5 Feb 2016

Good stuff on not just how to improve code, but everything technical around the code. A must see for everyone!