Groupies, Roadies, Rockstars

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brettflorio at 19:07 on 6 Feb 2016

"I don't care what project you're working on, it's got a lot of horse shit in it. Be the horse shit whisperer." —Cal

Engaging talk with some great insights. Cal keeps getting better as a speaker.

Cal has a gift for motivating others to action.

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Ben Marks at 19:26 on 6 Feb 2016

With so many musicians in the dev world, Cal used a great metaphor to explain the hows and whys of open source creation & participation.

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Dave Stokes at 19:28 on 6 Feb 2016

Typical perfect Cal Evans closing SunshinePHP inspirational session. If he can not motivate you then you probably are dead

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Gary Hockin at 20:17 on 6 Feb 2016

The best.

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santiago sosa at 21:54 on 6 Feb 2016

Cal needed a mic he could drop that all.

Entertaining as always ;)

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Paul Sellars at 11:43 on 8 Feb 2016

What an incredible talk. Amazing performer.

Always great to listen to Cal. Very inspiring and motivating and always giving me some great laughs. Can't wait to see his next presentations :)

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Steven Wade at 09:30 on 9 Feb 2016

Absolutely blown away. This was such an amazing and inspiring talk and really lit a fire inside of me. Thanks Cal!

metaphor++

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Jacob Wolowitz at 11:04 on 9 Feb 2016

Hands down the best speaker I've ever seen.

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Steve Grunwell at 18:54 on 9 Feb 2016

Holy hell can Cal give a keynote. High energy, relatable topic, and just enough edge (at first when I heard "Groupie" I was a little nervous where it was going, but Cal made it work).

A great closing to a great conference!

Thank you sir.

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Ibis Fonte at 21:32 on 11 Feb 2016

My new top goal in life is to learn how to be as good of a speaker as Cal is. Wow, he is a powerhouse speaker who is not only compelling but drives emotional engagement from the audience. Absolutely amazing. My new hero.

Charismatic as ever, Mr Evans. I wasn't able to give this talk my full attention (due to a work thing that was blowing up at the time), but the parts I did hear were lovely. You spin a good yarn.