Ross Tuck (31.Aug.2013 at 14:00, 45 min)
Talk at Laracon EU (English - US)
HTTP and Your Angry Dog
Slides: HTTP and Your Angry Dog
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31.Aug.2013 at 14:43 by Anonymous
corgis + http = <3
31.Aug.2013 at 14:44 by Anonymous
interesting topic. The lecturer have good presentational skills.
31.Aug.2013 at 14:45 by Anonymous
Learned quite a bit from this talk. Things I never new existed.
31.Aug.2013 at 14:45 by Sylvain Reiter (1 comments)
well done, very instructive talk
31.Aug.2013 at 14:52 by Anonymous
Nice talk. Just why is everyone using dogs or cats in his presentation?
31.Aug.2013 at 16:04 by Anonymous
31.Aug.2013 at 16:23 by Anonymous
enjoyable. good knowledge
31.Aug.2013 at 16:31 by Jason Lewis (9 comments)
Really good talk Ross. You really can handle a stage.
31.Aug.2013 at 22:04 by Kirk Bushell (15 comments)
Probably my favourite talk of the conference, because the content was so fresh. There's so much about the HTTP protocol I clearly had no idea bout, which I feel I can now use to my advantage in building better APIs. My only qualm and concern, was earlier on in the talk the speaker seemed a bit nervous, but as the talk went on Ross clearly became more comfortable and settled into a a good pace and medium. Well done.
31.Aug.2013 at 23:18 by Raftalks (5 comments)
Ross, you did great! Impressive speech with interesting topic, which have extended my views towards HTTP. cheers! and thanks a lot for sharing with us all.
31.Aug.2013 at 23:36 by Alex Russell (10 comments)
Great talk, nuff said.
01.Sep.2013 at 08:40 by Johnny Cedergren (5 comments)
We take HTTP for granted, but probably shouldn't. Great talk!
01.Sep.2013 at 18:27 by Anonymous
Not much to add that hasn't been said.
Great topic, great delivery and pacing.
01.Sep.2013 at 20:24 by Marco Monteiro (8 comments)
03.Sep.2013 at 10:04 by Michelle Sanver (206 comments)
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