Roberto Gardenier (Caroga)

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Rating: 4 of 5 
(08.Nov.2013)
Opening keynote: Teach a Man to Fish
Really an excellent talk that made me think about the training budget of our team, the bus factor and how relatively easy it can be to achieve changes within my team. The presentation has a nice build up, like always.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(08.Nov.2013)
Alice & Bob: public key cryptography 101
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Rating: 4 of 5 
(08.Nov.2013)
Unit testing with PHPUnit
Good speech, very well explained and supplied us with a working testing environment. The entire workshop went very smooth and it was very good to exchange ideas on how, why or what to do with phpunit testing. I enjoyed the workshop very much.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(08.Nov.2013)
Continuous Integration with Jenkins
Good workshop. Well prepared and you notice that Mike really knows his stuff. If you have no experience using Jenkins/Continues intergration, then I'd really suggest following on of his workshops.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(08.Nov.2013)
Team Plaatjes: Building JS Applications with Vector Graphics
I did not know what to expect from this presentation. A few minutes into his presentation made me already addicted to the subject and I wanted to immediately work with SVG! His presentation is very well build up, straight forward and very fun to watch.
Rating: 2 of 5 
(11.Nov.2013)
Be more productive by taking better notes
Like others have already mentioned, the part about the differences between pens and notebooks is a bit too much. I liked the different techniques in taking notes though.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(11.Nov.2013)
Working for FUN
Very much enjoyed your talk! Positive energy, well used quotes from famous programmers and used good facts to give your statements more power. I like that!
Rating: 4 of 5 
(11.Nov.2013)
Internationalization: Things to take into account
I think that internationalization is something not everyone thinks about when building their applications, which is really a shame! It's good to make people aware of this and help them in the right direction. The only downside of this presentation: the Polish way of counting... But that's not something you can solve..
Rating: 4 of 5 
(11.Nov.2013)
Building Better Developers
Once again I enjoyed your presentation. Good build up, nice flow, and easy to follow. Like Ross Tuck, and Lorna Mitchell, you inspire people to get better at what they do!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(11.Nov.2013)
Dinner & Social sponsored by Enrise
I shaved several sheep, doesn't that says it all?
Rating: 5 of 5 
(11.Nov.2013)
Closing keynote: Things I Believe Now That I’m Old
Best. Talk. Ever. I remember the talk that Kevlin Henney gave at the DPC13 which was really inspiring as well, but you really surpassed that in every possible way. If I should recommend any talk that was given at the ccxx13, then it would most definitely be this one!
Rating: 4 of 5 
(11.Nov.2013)
The Mikado Method
Like I said, didn't want to miss out on your talk. While still a bit sleepdrunk I managed to get in time for your awesome talk. I liked the way you explained the Mikado Method and the nice slides. Maybe next time add some cheatsheet to your presentation, like Petra suggested. 'Cause I think that you only have much more awesome things to share.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(11.Nov.2013)
Best Practice in API Design
I've attended other talks from Lorna, e.g.: the workshop at DPC12. I've very much enjoyed that workshop just like I enjoyed this talk. Well explained and easy to understand. Keep up the good work Lorna!
Rating: 4 of 5 
(11.Nov.2013)
Just Google it! – How to become a better developer using search
I found it nice to see someone focus on the search skills of the developer, since this is our first and biggest resource. The live searches where a nice addition to your presentation. Some tips for optimization: - Maybe split the talk into two separate ones: one for the starting user of google, one for the more advanced user? I feel like you have a lot of knowledge on this subject, and that you are trying to fit it all into one single talk, which made it a big chunk to digest at once. - Timebox your presentation: --dry-run your presentation a couple of times, see how long it takes and tweak on it. This means having to leave out some stuff you might think is really awesome, but saves some time for other awesome stuff. You can always end the presentation by saying: speak to me if you want some more tips and tricks, or, check my blog for a full list of awesome things you can do with google. I hope to see more of your talks in the future!
Rating: 4 of 5 
(11.Nov.2013)
Environments, line up! Vagrant and Puppet 101
I didn't noticed this was your very first talk, up until you said the following: "I would really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really really, really, like your feedback on joind.in so I can improve myself", in different high and low pitch voices. I found your talk nice and clear, hope to see more of your talks in the future.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(11.Nov.2013)
Advice for young developers: Get the job and stay cool
You've mentioned some nice things to think about, really good! Like others already mentioned, just a little too hard to follow, but that's probably because of your first time speaking. Work a bit on that and you'll be fine!
Rating: 4 of 5 
(11.Nov.2013)
Untangle your stylesheets with Sass & Compass
The Rick-Roll was kind of weird really. A nice "I would like to start" would have been better IMHO. Ah well. It was very nice to see someone that excited like you about SASS, I liked the little jokes you made during your talk and the interaction with the audience was good as well. Tricking us into remembering some stupid numbers was a nice and neat trick to keep our attention, kudos for that. I will most definitely take a look into using SASS or LESS.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(18.Jul.2016)
Level up your team
I liked how you tried to create awareness by those who are 'responsible' for their team's learning process. Although one might think that mostly it's the responsibility of the team (member) to achieve new knowledge, it actually is not (just that). Your talk is very insightful in what you could do to improve team collaboration, spirit and knowledge.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(18.Jul.2016)
A Hitchhikers guide to ... Docker
What I find to be the best point of your presentation is how you tried to debunk the grey area around the "why, what, and who" about Docker for those who are not even technical at all. It is helpful to see what you've encountered while using Docker (in production). Thank you for sharing this with us.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(10.Feb.2017)
Bruce Lee Driven Development
The talk was great. Enjoyed a lot of Jeroen's examples as they matched perfectly with my own experiences. I had no trouble following the presentation as the slides were very clear, Jeroen took his time to explain his example and/or statement, and left me without the need to ask for further explanation. I liked the differences in slides, going from meme's, quotes to code examples, but never long and boring text. This kept the talk fresh and easy to follow. I would recommend attending this talk whenever you should get a chance to. Sidenote: I would definitely change your abstract to match the context of the talk, as the current abstract left me wondering what you would talk about, and might keep people from attending your talk. Good job!

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