Matt Ryan

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Rating: 3 of 5 
(05.May.2013)
Designing Cloud Services to Outlast the [Robot|Zombie|Skynet] Apocalypse
I heard this one was a no-show. Thought people should know, Jeff was real sick all week and apparently could not get well in time for the presentation. Knowing Jeff like I do, I am sure he would have been there if he could.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(05.May.2013)
KEYNOTE: Trillion Node Networks
Not sure I completely agree with Phil's vision of the future, but this keynote was entertaining, fascinating, and enlightening. I thoroughly enjoyed it and would seek a chance to hear Phil speak again.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(05.May.2013)
Hadoop 101 and the "Big Data Hype"
Loved this presentation. The presenter was engaging and the subject matter delivered clearly. Sometimes he spoke too quietly, and I would have liked to see a demo to make my rating higher.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(05.May.2013)
Full stack Javascript - from mobile to cloud with NoSQL as a datastore
Love to see this type of PaaS offering, one that avoids lock-in, has lots of flexibility to match my application development style, and has nice command-line tools (unlike AWS). Plus it's great to see Red Hat flying people out for this. Great presentation.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(05.May.2013)
ChomeApps with AngularJS and NodeJS
Very funny and entertaining. Loved that the speakers were so willing to engage with the crowd. But I was hoping to learn more than I did. Sowing me how to get started or how to write a simple app would have been nice.
Rating: 2 of 5 
(05.May.2013)
Writing Salt Modules
I would have liked to see the presenter actually write a salt module, show me how to package, distribute, and install it, etc.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(05.May.2013)
Kanban: The Other Agile
A very helpful overview of Kanban, exactly what I was looking for. I have lots of ideas to take back to work thanks to this presentation. Sometimes it seemed the presenter was reading the bullet-point slides, instead of letting the slides augment the presentation which I would have liked better.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(05.May.2013)
Build your own PaaS, just like Red Hat's
I loved walking into this feeling excited and interested in OpenShift and walking out with a fully functional web app running in my own OpenShift account and all kinds of future plans for this account. Steve did a great job of keeping the audience focused and moving forward while still addressing the needs of many who were less familiar with some of the technologies, like NoSQL databases. Plus he was totally cool with my 15-year-old son joining in and doing the exercises as well. Well worth a Saturday afternoon.

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