How the simplest bit of code can cause headaches for Developers, Managers and even our social lives – And what we as developers can do to prevent this.


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Lucia Velasco at 20:24 on 10 Oct 2018

Image game is strong! I loved the "Hello" into the phone - phone is a good use of props. Love the strong, relatable narrative.
I liked the summary at the end, it was really effective as What Did Dev Learn.
I think your talking flow will improve as you practice, it was very good, but I think it'll improve!

Mike Oram at 20:25 on 10 Oct 2018

Very clear and well delivered. Good speed with plenty of pauses. Excellent story with very relatable content and a great summary at the end of the main tips.

Michael Bush at 20:25 on 10 Oct 2018

Great lighthearted talk on something alot of developers have experienced sometime in their career. Very well done.

Light hearted, to the point, good use of humour. Perfect lightning talk.

Funny and on point. Not overly complicated and enjoyable to listen to.

Alicia Teagle at 20:27 on 10 Oct 2018

I followed it, yay! Really good pace and tone, good pauses too. Thanks Rob ?

A great simple talk, well punctuated with images.

Would be nice to have more horror - what happened to the server, hows busy was the site when it happened?

Chris Sheard at 20:30 on 10 Oct 2018

Great talk, insightful and humorous and easy to follow even for a non-techy like me! Even better if........I could programme.

Great talk, which emphasise the importance of peer reviewing and test automation. Disagree in the point of deployment on Friday.
We SHOULD deploy on Fridays and we should deploy every day. We should deploy as many times as possible and show that we are professionals that are not scared of our own code.