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Good talk with lots of valid points! I could relate to the topic.
The ideas were clearly and eloquently expressed.

Rob Wilson at 20:41 on 11 Apr 2018

Very interesting talk. Great layout of slides, and we'll presented by Vitor. You did go through quickly on the slides, but I will rewatch on YouTube to read some of the code you had on screen :)

Ian at 20:41 on 11 Apr 2018

Really good punchy slides, very thoughtful, code bit was a lot to take in, in short space of time.

Paul alden at 20:42 on 11 Apr 2018

Straightforward talk, kept short and to the point, didn't overwhelm the viewer.

David Lumm at 20:42 on 11 Apr 2018

Important points, good to hear how this can also be applied to single developers. Would've liked more time on the technical side.

MattRink at 20:43 on 11 Apr 2018

A very interesting talk, I particularly enjoyed the parts on the soft skilsl. I realise that you were short of time but you skipped through the code examples quite quickly.

Lucia Velasco at 20:43 on 11 Apr 2018

A man after my own heart (efficiency is my raison d'etre)! This brought up some sensible points I hadn't considered, such as that it should be easier to push code to these than your prod env.
I enjoyed when the points on the slides were paraphrased rather than read out, before being built upon. I'd love to see more of this! Also, I think a more upbeat tone throughout would have kept me more engaged, the mellow tone was lovely but not as effective at this time of night.

Michael Bush at 20:43 on 11 Apr 2018

Good talk raising many points l'm sure a lot of developers can relate too. Well presented in a clear format.

A really nice, simple talk, presented with great enthusiasm. Might have been nice to see how DevKit works in a bit more detail.

Mike Oram at 20:44 on 11 Apr 2018

Well delivered, clear and well paced. Good topic, not something we struggle with but have witnessed similar problems and some good points were raised. The devkit repo felt a little shoe horned in, and not beneficial to the main talk points.

A good talk covering an issue that I’ve come across loads as a contractor.
Good points on how to solve it but his code example may have been better in psuedo code to explain the steps he was trying to solve for.

Kieran Potts at 08:50 on 12 Apr 2018

This was a perfectly presented talk. I don't have any suggestions as to how it could be improved!

I'll stared the noiselabs/devkit repo and I'll try to make time to check it out and see if there's anything I can contribute.

Every project would benefit from the concept. Lots of good suggestions. E.g. write your tools in the same language you're working with.

To improve...

I think this was a full length talk. For lighting talk I would have kept to talking about the principles and left out the actual implementation as you didn't have time to do it justice. It would make a great full length talk and we'd love you to present it at PHPSW sometime!

Phil Mobbs at 00:21 on 15 Apr 2018

Really enjoyed the talk and have taken away a few ideas on how to work more efficiently with our team.

The presentation had a clear design and the information was well presented.