A lot of time is spent on bare essentials that most people know: coding standards, rtfm, asking/giving help.
The speaker was engaging & enthusiastic, encourage more work on the talk because it's a great idea.
Felt like the speaker tried to go over too much in a single talk.
It would have been nice to split this into two talks, one aimed at debugging and one at testing.
It was interesting, but very much a skim over the topics rather than an in-depth tutorial.
Talk was too political for my liking -- lots of references to social justice and wealth redistribution rather than practical market-based solutions which we as developers are able to implement.
Liked the content, especially discussions of how developers can help the third world, but would like to know how Davey would go about getting ahold of all the tel nos to send text messages to as I doubt there's a per-village public database.
I've seen a lot of the technologies presented in this talk, in isolation, but it was really interesting to see someone tie them together, compare them, and offer an educated estimation as to how we can use them.
The content of this talk was very good, and Derick's knowledge is top notch, but it felt like it lacked structure toward the start, and was difficult to get into.
Slides changed very quickly despite containing a lot of information, which made it tough to take notes.