How to overengineer a meme generator?


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Dario Daic at 14:37 on 30 Oct 2016

As Kresimir pointed out the main target audience were back-end developers dabbling in front-end. As a part of the targeted group I found the talk useful and entertaining.

Marco Perone at 16:45 on 30 Oct 2016

As a backend developer, this talk was addressed to me, and I really enjoyed it

Miro Svrtan at 22:51 on 30 Oct 2016

As a backend developer blessed with not touching frontend that much, it was really great talk to hear what is new in the world of frontend. And using a meme generator with all of those options was a very simple yet funny and interesting way of showing so many different features!

If only everyone would take this approach to teaching and showing stuff ...

Saša Jurić at 15:01 on 31 Oct 2016

This talk had only about 50% of my attention because I was the next speaker. Regardless, I liked the flow of the talk, and particularly enjoyed the "meme me" puns :-) Will definitely rewatch once it's online.

Below standard. It made the next speaker look even more impressive.

Jovo Milanovic at 07:56 on 1 Nov 2016

Very entertaining and useful talk. Nice presentation skills, but all that show (white coat/ steampunk glasses, meeh) maybe too much for me. me. Anyway, it was cool.