Lucia Velasco

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Rating: 5 of 5 
(13.Apr.2017)
Secure your web application with 2FA
It was pitched perfectly for me. The combination of technical concepts with straightforward language was really helpful, I came away feeling that I'd learnt a lot about one subject, including actionable information and an understanding of some of the technical language (acronyms) in this area. It was very useful that concise yet complete tidbits of whats and hows were peppered throughout without being code heavy (what should I use, how should I use it), as a result 2FA feels very doable without the need to re-research it. I benefitted from the frequent reminders that users are inherently lazy, as well as the questions afterwards which probed the feasibility of this becoming mainstream.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(12.Jul.2017)
Graphs are Everywhere
I love this topic!! Loved the visual diagrams and stepping through the explanations! Sometimes took me a minute to get the humour, but all really entertaining and well delivered!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(12.Jul.2017)
Living With Legacy
I really enjoyed this talk, it was really insightful and raised points that people can be in denial about when upgrading legacy (I liked the reference to when "agile" == waterfall + sprints)! The bare bones slide deck really worked with your delivery, I'd like to see the slides grouped into subjects, each introduced with a coloured title slide. Super flattered by the references to my talk :D Thank you, great talk!
Rating: 3 of 5 
(18.Oct.2017)
Lets Hack a Website
I really enjoyed this! Absolutely a one stop shop for the beginner developer - everyone has committed these crimes earlier in their career! A lot of content for the amount of time (not that that's a bad thing!) - I would have enjoyed some section titles and at least one mandatory cat picture for a brain break! Thank you.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(18.Oct.2017)
Content Security Policies: Let's Break Stuff
Wonderful charisma, powerful examples, useful content and practical advice. Thank you for trekking to the SW for us!
Rating: 4 of 5 
(10.Jan.2018)
Command and (e)mission Control
This was a really enjoyable talk. I loved all the jokes and the audience interaction. I would have preferred smaller examples because I wasn't always sure where to look for the key point (eg methods not whole classes) and longer on the definition and diagram slides. It was really interesting learning about how WorldFirst does stuff, I'd be interested in a talk on that stuff in the future, too. Great stage presence, good topic, thank you!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(11.Apr.2018)
Static Site Generators, PHP, and The Cuban Revolution
I loved the comedy and that the dialogue enriched the presentation so effectively. I appreciated that a variety of options were presented at the end, which might be suitable for a range of people. I'm so sorry, I can't think of anything to improve, except more Cuban Revolution?!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(11.Apr.2018)
How to not be a cool developer
Personable, excellent premise. The naming in the examples was really clear and helped me understand what was going on. Loved it! I liked that you referred to the previous talk (maybe JavaScript is just medium speed?!). I recommend you stand closer to the slides, my periphery didn't notice the changes in some of the slides! I would have liked a recap on the why at the end.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(11.Apr.2018)
Speedy Seeding for Load Testing
I loved that the problem and solution were clearly (and frustratingly) demonstrated! Good length and quantity of content for a lightning talk. I would recommend getting a laser pointer or a really long ruler so you don't have to enter the Matrix! The tone felt less upbeat than the previous speakers.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(11.Apr.2018)
Using a framework or not
I love that you outlined a perspective that few people can or even try to coin (why a student would choose to learn a language in a framework). Some of the points were excellent but they were not delivered succinctly. I liked the summary!
Rating: 4 of 5 
(11.Apr.2018)
Not using the Git Command Line
I loved this talk, it was thoughtful and thought provoking. I think the visibility point is really important. You gave me a better understanding of git GUIs, too! I liked that you walked to the other side of the presentation instead of walking in front to point. For a lightning talk it might have been beneficial to condense some of the points!
Rating: 3 of 5 
(11.Apr.2018)
Devkit. By the People, For the People.
A man after my own heart (efficiency is my raison d'etre)! This brought up some sensible points I hadn't considered, such as that it should be easier to push code to these than your prod env. I enjoyed when the points on the slides were paraphrased rather than read out, before being built upon. I'd love to see more of this! Also, I think a more upbeat tone throughout would have kept me more engaged, the mellow tone was lovely but not as effective at this time of night.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(11.Apr.2018)
Development Dinosaurs
Speaker always hilarious, love the attitude, works fantastically as an end of the night speaker. Content appears effective, great idea, may implement it in my office.

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