Seen this demo a couple times and loved it both times. Keith does a great job of capturing the audience and getting participation.
Big fan of both these guys and the podcast - even better with the live audience. They are always very informative and entertaining. They've been described as "Statler and Waldorf" and I'd have to agree.
Liz is one of those speakers that you just shouldn't miss, no matter what the topic. This topic is in one of her areas of expertise (organizational behavior), so was particularly good - I learned a lot.
Really entertaining, engaging and constructive - I think everyone who attended probably works with at least 1 (or more) of the types of "difficult people" mentioned. And also liked the realisation that sometimes *you* are the difficult person. Great tips and great presentation.
Was a good presentation of graph databases, and examples were both well suited for illustrating the database functionality, and showing common use cases.
Had a lot of fun watching Ed and Chris record this; while the entertainment value is very high, there's a lot of good information here. Whether it was Chris talking about Pair Programming or Ed talking about code formatting, it's actually very refreshing to hear two knowledgeable programmers who don't take themselves so seriously all the time. I also appreciate the time they took afterwards to hang out and talk for a bit. Ed is also my tab-using Hoosier homey.
I don't know, but I guess this was one of the most entertaining talks I've been to this tek. This should become a regular staple of future teks!
/dev/hell is the best and worst of Chris and Ed. And the end result is one of the best podcasts for the dev community. Having a live audience to interact with made this episode over the top fantastic.
Or something. I dont know.