Ross Tuck (30.Aug.2014 at 17:00, 45 min)
Keynote at Laracon EU 2014 (English - US)
Things I Believe Now That I’m Old
Slides: Things I Believe Now That I’m Old
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30.Aug.2014 at 17:56 by Anonymous
Very inspiring. My advice to you would be: you should keep going, please.
30.Aug.2014 at 18:05 by Jürgen van Dijk (31 comments)
Great and easy to follow talk. I think everyone can and will benefit and learn from it. Even if someone is only looking for a good kitchenknife.
30.Aug.2014 at 19:08 by Frank Slegers (22 comments)
Very motivational and a perfect talk to close the event. Can't think of any critique, even though you want to hear it. You should keep the 'cowboy' hat!
30.Aug.2014 at 19:36 by Marieke Bednarczyk (31 comments)
Great talk. Wise words. I enjoyed it very much!
30.Aug.2014 at 19:44 by Arthur Guy (9 comments)
Great presenter as allways
30.Aug.2014 at 21:00 by Anonymous
one of the best talks i've seen in a a long. perfect storytelling to the point. very emotional, inspiring and touching.
this should be given to a much broader audience.
31.Aug.2014 at 08:59 by Matt Stauffer (7 comments)
This talk was incredible, and the most influential talk of the conference for me. It's a pleasure seeing Ross grow as a speaker each time he speaks, and also a bit of shock to say that, since he is already a fantastic speaker.
This talk itself was so distinctly un-technical, but so incredible helpful and valuable. The presentation, the content, and even the slides were impeccable.
31.Aug.2014 at 10:41 by Lee Ravenberg (3 comments)
I cant give you any advice. I just hope you will give this talk to a lot of people.
31.Aug.2014 at 10:44 by David Ives (21 comments)
Perfect keynote. Gave the event a finish with a flourish!
31.Aug.2014 at 12:49 by Peter Bosma (11 comments)
What a great end to the conference. I once gave a similar presentation to second year cs students about (all) the stuff I've learned (I'm 28 right now) so I could relate to a lot of stuff you have said. You're a great speaker and got me interested the whole talk. Great work Ross!
31.Aug.2014 at 13:21 by Jochem Fuchs (45 comments)
The perfect ending to an excellent event!
Loved everything about it. I was surprised to find out that your bad review was at another talk I attended at PfCongress 2012. Also a very good talk! I do remember reading that comment and just thinking it must have been written by someone who slept throught the talk.
The quotes of the other speakers were also a very nice touch and a way for us to look back at 3 excellent days
31.Aug.2014 at 14:14 by Kirk Bushell (15 comments)
Ross Tuck is heading towards greatness. Every talk shows the incredible grasp he has on the topics he covers, whilst injecting humour at the right points, great use of body language, and an ability to grasp at one's heart strings with a warmth you'd expect not from a stranger, but from your family or friends - the latter, something of which I now consider him to be.
Ross Tuck is going far, and he's taking the audience with him every time. An absolute pleasure, a brilliant closing keynote to the conference and probably the most inspirational talk I've ever witnessed. Truly a pleasure.
All the best, Ross - see you again soon I hope :)
31.Aug.2014 at 17:19 by Anonymous
Ross Tuck... awesome as always.
31.Aug.2014 at 18:00 by Anonymous
This talk can show what can be done when you apply your mind to it.
31.Aug.2014 at 19:46 by Pedro Vasconcelos (8 comments)
Great Talk, Great Subject.
01.Sep.2014 at 09:02 by Matias Mäki (22 comments)
Very inspiring. There's too little talk about the developer attitude and how to do things better. Thanks.
01.Sep.2014 at 09:31 by Nils preuß (9 comments)
It was a super nicely done talk with very inspirational content. Very suitable as the "last words" on a conference.
01.Sep.2014 at 11:25 by Anonymous
Truthfully inspiring and very motivational! The originality of this presentation makes it totally different from those TED Talks that we are used to see. Congratulations!!!
01.Sep.2014 at 13:11 by Anonymous
01.Sep.2014 at 17:18 by Frank de Jonge (40 comments)
I think we can safely say, we all got Ross Tuck'd. Also, Morgan Freeman eat your hart out.
02.Sep.2014 at 00:10 by David Sturrock (17 comments)
The perfect mix of good story-telling, comedy and technical references tailored to the audience. Great to see someone with such influential potential teaching lessons that will expire such great work ethics and respectful discussion amongst professionals.
03.Sep.2014 at 01:57 by Scott Wilcox (14 comments)
The Morgan Freeman of PHP.
Simply superb. Enough said.
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