Talk comments

Excellent talk, keeps attention, funny and very useful. Compliments for the acting skills ?

Tomo Šala at 23:52 on 25 Oct 2018

I couldn't tell this was Sanne's first conference talk!

Great presentational skills!

Learned a few things about how garbage collection works!

Tomo Šala at 23:49 on 25 Oct 2018

Very interesting with actual live code examples - Marco programmed a very simple but playable game right on stage, explaining the concepts and physics of the things he was building.

Tomo Šala at 23:47 on 25 Oct 2018

Best talk I've seen on webcamp.

Pim gave some excellent advice and examples on how to avoid conflict situations with managers when projects don't go as expected.

It was like a great theater show!

Tomo Šala at 23:44 on 25 Oct 2018

Interesting talk, but speaker has problems with English pronunciation. He talks very softly and a bit on the quiet side, which made it very challenging to keep up.

Tomo Šala at 23:36 on 25 Oct 2018

Very interesting talk fully packed with information on what developers should stop using and what to replace it with when writing SQL.

Perhaps a bit too much information to take in all at once, but nevertheless delivered in a very dynamic, interesting and paced manner!

TLDR: If you don't want to have your hands chopped off, you shouldn't be using OFFSET!
Also, there's a way to do event sourcing-like incremental logging of data on the db level, which seems very interesting.

Tomo Šala at 23:32 on 25 Oct 2018

Gave a great insight into what sort of problems the game development industry has to deal with and what clever solutions need to be thought of in order to overcome those problems.

I never imagined automated testing of games has that many aspects to it, and how hard it is to pull off, since there're no standardized and widely available tools for it.

Web developers have it easy compared to the game development industry!

Tomo Šala at 23:29 on 25 Oct 2018

Great workshop, great topic, but sadly too large group (20 people).

Pim provided great and useful insights and techniques for how to analyze and model the problem, resulting in a problem model, and derive a solution model for it.

Touched on some technical aspects of DDD, but main focus was on nontechnical patterns.

Tomo Šala at 23:26 on 25 Oct 2018

Great workshop!

Miro Svrtan at 08:09 on 17 Oct 2018

I'm aware that it didnt feel perfectly interconnected on all of the terms, this is something I will work on to improve. Also nice to hear it was in a slow pace, in my head I tought I was going 100mph

Thank you all for your feedback!