Last updatedMarch 26, 2023
URLNameContributed byDurationStatusRatingReview
3 Kleppe: 1024+ Seconds of JS Wizardry -- JSConf EU 2013Erik Pragt32Watched9.23
Amazing, Total freedom with javascript. Triggers you to think about coding. High entertainment factor. Good presenter. Nice German accent.
4 Need Not ApplyFrank van de Kamp15Watched8.50Scary talk, with interesting examples. Great discussion afterwards
5 Product Ownership in a NutshellErik Pragt16Watched8.50Mandatory watch for teams and POs. Explains the why, how, nice presentation techniques, tradeoffs, etc
How to avoid death By PowerPoint: David JP Phillips at TEDxStockholmSalon #2/2014 Think Again
Erik Pragt21Watched8.50Nobody died during this presentation
7 Animate - Drive: The surprising truth about what motivates usErik Pragt11Watched8.25Interesting information, great style, short, good graphics, to the point
8"Jepsen II: Linearizable Boogaloo" by Kyle KingsburyPieter Joost van de Sande45Watched8.00Enthousiastic presentator, knowledgable, complex, good to raise awareness,
9 Culture Part 1 + 2Erik Pragt26Watched7.88Interesting, much improved agile culture beyond Scrum
10 way hacker - Erik MeijerOlaf46Watched7.63No consistent story, good message, extreme ideas, good comparison with army organization
11 Architecture vs Code:Erik Pragt47Watched7.60Good fish story, interesting tools, good to see up to date pictures on different levels
12 the database inside out with Apache Samza" by Martin KleppmannPeter Veentjer48Watched7.50Supergood idea, looks like CQRS (2008), good overview
13 the Cloud with Docker on Google Cloud PlatformErik Pragt52Watched7.50New technology, docker management
14 for Developers - Jérôme PetazzoniErik Pragt54Watched7.50Good presenter, interesting info, good demos
15 the good partsWillem Dekker60Watched7.50Good story teller
The Bad Idea TerminatorWillem Dekker41Watched7.46Good points
Mesos, the operating system for your cloudErik Pragt46Watched7.42To the point and well sructured, Trendy topic,
18 Young Unleash Your DomainErik Pragt55Watched7.29Good presentor, interesting approach, different from CRUD. Lacking technical details.
19 Rendle - History of Programming: Part 1Greg Young42Watched7.25Interesting historical overview of programming languages
Continuous Delivery with Jez HumbleRemko de Jong30Watched7.21Good presentation, but nothing new. Companies should already do this
21 Feiler: Agile programming -- for your familyMichiel Merks18Watched7.17
Inspiring movie that tells we can apply agile everywhere even in our own family. Important message: Tell a team what you want and not what to do. Achieve improvements by little steps
22 Release ProcessEgemen54Watched7.13Nice tools, good culture for massive changes, advanced gatekeeper, irc bots, boring
No estimates: how you can predict the release date of your project without estimating.
Erik Pragt56Watched7.08
We believe! Project != backlog, because backlog is not known at start of project. Want to invite the speaker. Good discussion after the talk. We can apply this to our own projects. Still use SP for focus in projects.
24 to DockerErik Pragt47Watched7.00Good demo, good intro, end was information sparse
25 Changes Everything - Pat Helland, RICON2012Pieter Joost van de Sande45Watched6.92
Inspirerend bedoeld filmpje, maar niet inspirerend, moeilijk te volgen, vorm niet altijd de beste manier, fijn tempo, herkenbaar
Got a wicked problem? First, tell me how you make toastHuibert Kreb9Watched6.71
27 RESTTim Soethout45Watched6.71Spoke too fast, complex, path was complex, great technology,
19 1/2 Things to Make You a Better Object Oriented Programmer - Greg Young
Erik Pragt48Watched6.63
Reevaluate what you are doing during the day. Already knew stuff, way of presentating is boring. Visuals are missing. Missing code examples. Greg can do better
The Clean Code Talks -- Unit TestingRemko de Jong30Watched6.27
Standard information that any decent modern programmer should know and doesn't even show code examples
30 Conf 2012 Keynote: Simplicity Matters by Rich HickeyErik Pragt37Watched6.25Nothing new, every programmer should know this. Not really inspiring
31 JS ExplainedWillem Dekker29Watched6.00Boring
32 Pragt38Watched6
Too technical, nice presentation video/slides, didn't give an overview, too much implementation stuff
Since the presentation had less information, we had to search google on when and where Zookeeper can be used and came up with below links,
How Netflix uses Zookeeper:
Why we should not use Zookeeper for service discovery:
33 Just Code Monkeys by Martin FowlerMichiel Merks22Watched5.67Gain domain knowledge, think, too much responsibility, preaching.
34 programming is terrible (Scala)Erik Pragt34Watched5.21Too Complex, challenging(?), no problems for this subject
Max Harris: Two weeks with React + Meteor -- Devshop SF March 2015Erik Pragt25Watched5.00
36 with SoulErik Pragt18Watched4.90Not really technical enough, too much show off
37 We Learn from Architects?Erik Pragt22Watched4.88Not really clear what we could learn, the examples with building architects was not very clear
38 Fun with ScalaErik Pragt46Watched4.50DNA was cool, coursera reference good, not enough code, to much showoff
The thrilling potential of SixthSense techMadou14Watched2.80Really weird video about projecting digital information on physical objects
Gödel, Escher, BachErik Pragt0
41 to start a movementWillem Dekker3
Keynote Speaker: Mike Mullane • Presented by SpeakInc • Stopping Normalization of Deviance
Erik Pragt6
43 Traynor, Intercom at Business of Software Conference 2013 - Product Strategy is About Saying NoErik Pragt8
44 leiderschapWillem Dekker9
45 surprising truth about what motivates usWillem Dekker11
Jim Coplien and Bob Martin Debate TDDRemko de Jong15
Why it's time to forget the pecking order at workLieke Boon16
48 Fowler - Continuous DeliverySridhar G17
49 great leaders inspire actionWillem Dekker18
The new bionics that let us run, climb and danceErik Pragt19
Why do speeches have to be so boring? | Jeremy Nicholas | TEDxChelmsford
Erik Pragt20
52 to play for Scala DevelopersErik Pragt20
53 Culture with Chat RobotsWillem Dekker26
Erik Pragt30
55 Cucumber & Selenium30
56 Value of Values with Rich Hickey@pureAtoB30
57 Hassabis -"General learning algorithms”Erik Pragt30
58 Best of ngAnimate in AngularJS Erik Pragt32
Allison Kaptur - Bytes in the Machine: Inside the CPython interpreter - PyCon 2015
Erik Pragt35
60 Programmer Anarchy - Fred GeorgeErik Pragt39
61 AngularJS:Erik Pragt40
62 Composition - Chris FordLieke Boon40
63 Hacks and Fun ImagesErik Pragt40
64 Programming 20 years later by Kent BeckErik Pragt41Already watched it, nice presentation about TDD, XP, all the things
65 Should Be More than CodingErik Pragt42
66 Spark Is the Next Top (Compute) ModelErik Pragt42
Building and Running Distributed Systems using Apache Mesos - Benjamin Hindman
Erik Pragt43
The Worst Programming Language EverWillem Dekker43
69 your Code as a Crime Scene - Adam TornhillFriso Schutte44
70 I/O 2014 - Material design principlesMehrzad45
Robert C Martin(Uncle Bob) -Clean Architecture and DesignRemko de Jong45
Jessica Kerr "Functional Principles for Object Oriented Development"Remko de Jong45
73 Architecture vs. Code by Simon BrownErik Pragt45
74 all the functorsErik Pragt45
75 C. Martin - The Land that Scrum ForgotErik Pragt45
76 - TegenlichtTim48
The Quest for the One True ParserWillem Dekker48
Running Kubernetes at Scale with Mesos and the Mesosphere DCOS by Benjamin Hindman
Tim Nolet (Vamp)48
Samza in LinkedIn: How LinkedIn Processes Billions of Events Everyday in Real-time
Erik Pragt49
80 - De Robot als mensMehrzad Karami49
Distributed Consensus A.K.A. "What do we eat for lunch?" - Konrad `ktoso` Malawski
Pieter Joost van de Sande49
82 & Gonads (Crockford)Willem Dekker49
83 SprayErik Pragt50
84 Self Defending Applications to Repel AttackersRené Bouw51
85 Staying Ahead of the Curve by Trisha GeeMaciej Walkowiak (Twitter)52
86 a Reactive ApplicationErik Pragt53
87 way hacker (Keynote Edition) - Erik MeijerErik Pragt54
88 Neward - Modern Web Architecture, 2014 EditionMehrzad Karami54
Scalable Microservices at Netflix. Challenges and Tools of the TradeWillem Dekker54
90 with Dan North - Jackstones: the Journey to MasteryWillem Dekker54
91 to Angular.js in 50 Examples (part 2)Erik Pragt55
92 of the Genius ProgrammerErik Pragt55
Andre Tanenbaum - MINIX 3: a Modular, Self-Healing POSIX-compatible Operating System
Mehrzad Karami56
94 meijer - Denotation Semantics (Functional Programming)Tim Soethout58
95, The Way of the Unusual ArchitectWillem Dekker58
96 Traynor on managing growth & delivering magicErik Pragt59
97 Google: Don’t Follow the Followers, Follow the LeadersWillem Dekker59
98 Apache Kafka to Use for Event Streams, Jay Kreps 20150323Erik Pragt59
99 Go Programming LanguageGerard Klijs59
Real-World Strategies for Continuous Delivery with Maven and JenkinsRemko de Jong60