I knew nothing about machine learning or neural networks before this talk and now I know enough to get started. I still don't quite understand how the input and output files work and would have liked a little more detail on how those are formatted and utilized.
This talk was filled with useful information about second factors and covered a lot of the terminology and pros and cons of various methods. I will definitely use some of the techniques shown here in my next authentication project.
I knew nothing about DDD before this talk and now understand how to get started with it. The talk was a little slow to start and could have benefitted from a few more concrete example. However, there are definitely some techniques that I can use in my next design meeting so I learned something useful.
It was a good introduction to storing JSON documents in MySQL and covered the functions needed to query and manipulate the documents. I would have like to have a more balanced pros and cons discussion on storing documents versus a full relational table structure.
Even though I have seen this talk before it was helpful to see it again now that I am actively working on submitting to a CFP. I definitely learned something useful that helped me in my talk preparations.
Good overview of sessions and password hashing. So many sites out there aren't yet using the most secure methods of hashing or protecting the session and this talk gave a good overview on just how easy it is to add a high level of security to your sites.
A lot of the information presented here was familiar but this talk was a good reminder at how to educate your users. It also led into a great discussion and I am glad there was a time to get the audience involved.
Good to see Jenkins and the workflows in action. I would have liked to see a little more in depth coverage of the how the tests and deployment actually gets configured. Plus it would be nice to go over other options for different deployment scenarios. Overall, solid talk.