Magdalena Shemayev

@alephnaught2tog

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Rating: 5 of 5 
(24.Sep.2017)
Hack Your Home With a Raspberry Pi
Super easy to follow, clear instructions, very responsive, as were the two guys whose job it was to walk around and help!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(24.Sep.2017)
Guide to UX Testing with Assistive Technology
Great examples, easy to follow, loved having a thumbdrive of tools to use.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(24.Sep.2017)
Will You Help Me End Pixelated Images on the Internet?
Really clear presentation, and really great thinking to have the slides ready as a link as well as all the sample code available too to follow along with.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(03.Nov.2018)
Binary for IoT
I really enjoyed the whole tutorial. It was really great to have a chance to not only go over the material in-depth, but also to go over *how* to go over material you aren't familiar with in particular. Specifically, I liked seeing the examples and going over all of the "why"s behind everything. The style and class of topic (fundamentals) are both things I would *really* love to see more of in the future.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(03.Nov.2018)
Communication Boot Camp for Developers
I really enjoyed the talk and found it super helpful. I particularly appreciated that there were a lot of concrete and specific tools for everything -- so instead of _just_ talking about how there is an optimal realm of arousal for performance and that too much anxiety can negatively impact that, she offered really great practical tips as to how to *reduce* that arousal with the benefit of them being things that are genuinely accessible and doable in stressful situations, etc., and not as vague as "Just relax, it's fine!" I also liked that she emphasized practicing _before_ the stressful events so that you aren't attempting to access a new skillset while also freaking out about something, as well as just emphasizing the importance of practicing the skills overall because they are skills and not just like magic handwaving.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(03.Nov.2018)
How We Got Here, A Brief History of Open Source
Super interesting and a very well-done presentation!

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