Gave great insight into our options. And we have started using them right away. Perfect timing.
Great Talk. I wished you had gone ahead and got into Bi-Temporal patterns that you had mentioned.
Is there somewhere we can get the slides?
I would have liked the talk to have started at slide 15, and then had more on the server side at the end. A great deal of time was wasted describing for us what websockets are good for. But after we got into the meat, the talk was great. Thanks.
Tuff conditions: first time you speak at a conference, not a native speaker and the biggest room of all. I'd see you did pretty well.
There's no doubt that you know a lot about the material, but you need some more experience speaking. Although it was clear that you were seriously nervous, you did a much better job than last time when you practiced it at our user group meeting.
I'm forced to give it a 3-star rating, part of it is the fault of the organisation, who should have put you in one of the smaller rooms. I'm sure you'll be a successful speaker in the future, but you need more speaking opportunities and a bit more practice in terms of delivery.
But despite the nerves, you did a pretty good job. A lot of people with limited speaking experience wouldn't be able to cope.
Despite the tech issues, I'm still a fan of this talk. I think I've seen it twice already, so I knew what to expect.
My advice: invest a bit less time in mentioning why other major companies use it and use the time to give more basic information about installation, configuration and features. I'd appreciate a "slower" start that allows me to get up to speed.
Conclusion: less why, more how.
Great article but it didn't have everything-I didn't find the ktcihen sink!