Dmitry Pashkevich

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(08.May.2015)
Building an enterprise-grade app with AngularJS
Link to my slides http://dpashkevich.github.io/pres-enforcingstandards/
Rating: 5 of 5 
(08.May.2015)
Behavior Driving AngularJS with Jasmine
Good talk, very hands-on, got some practical take-aways.
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(09.May.2015)
Building an enterprise-grade app with AngularJS
Thanks for everyone's feedback so far! First, here's the correct link to the slides: http://dpashkevich.github.io/pres-lucid-angular/ I understand that the title of the talk may have set a different expectation for some listeners. I do have to say that our approach to building the app I was talking about was exactly how I outlined it: start small, refactor code as it grows, and try not to spend too much time thinking of what "the right way is" and/or arguing around terminology. I also tried to avoid walking through large pieces of code that often ends up being boring if you don't have enough context. Lastly, while our app handle massive amounts of data, the code isn't too complex, and I personally think it's great that we didn't overthink the front-end architecture. That said, I agree that I could've found a way to talk more about our experience and less about Angular itself. @commenters: if possible, can you suggest the kinds of "advanced" or "enterprise-level" things you expected to hear at the talk? I would love to improve it in the future.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(09.May.2015)
Adventures in Data Science with Bash
Although the class was introductory, realizing how much data manipulation you can do with just a few commands is very inspiring! Great talk!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(09.May.2015)
Evaluating Your App Idea
I'm an engineer but I still carried away some tips on evaluating the feasibility of a project idea. Good food for thought!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(09.May.2015)
Powerful Presentations
Great tips!
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(11.May.2015)
Building an enterprise-grade app with AngularJS
> And when you put "Enterprise-Grade" in the title, we're expecting a more advanced discussion about enterprise-level optimizations and scaling tips. Instead we got an extremely watered down introduction to Angular 1, with no comments whatsoever about the massive changes the framework is about to undergo. We did ship an enterprise app. We didn't really need to apply any heavy optimizations to the front-end code written in Angular. We thought we would, but we didn't need to. It just worked. I think that illustrates that Angular is a great tool for both small and large projects, and unlike many large monolithic frameworks (think ExtJS), there's actually very little boilerplate/configuration to be done to get something running. I think many people worry too much about the problems they don't end up having (premature optimization). That was one of the messages I tried to send. I did do an overview of the components that we had to implement ourselves in order to actually ship our app.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(14.Jul.2016)
How to Gamify Technical Debt and Introduce Change Successfully
The talk had a lot of great references to books, ted talks and personal stories, but I would appreciate learning more about the details of how you actually manage technical debt at IHC and the challenges that you overcome. 20% anecdotes, 80% actionable takeaways, not the other way around.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(14.Jul.2016)
How to Deal with Introverts
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