Top 10 most memorable talks in 2014

2014 has been a good year, and it end­ed with a bang! With so many great talks to choose from, here are my top 10 most mem­o­rable talks I have attended/watched this year (not in any par­tic­u­lar order since they have all taught me some­thing dif­fer­ent).

 

Kevlin Hen­ney – Sev­en Inef­fec­tive Cod­ing Habits of Many Pro­gram­mers

Kevlin Hen­ney — Sev­en Inef­fec­tive Cod­ing Habits of Many Pro­gram­mers from NDC Con­fer­ences on Vimeo.

 

James Mick­ens @ Mon­i­tora­ma PDX 2014

Mon­i­tora­ma PDX 2014 — James Mick­ens from Mon­i­tora­ma on Vimeo.

 

Edwin Brady – Ver­i­fy­ing State­ful and Side-effect­ing Pro­grams using Depen­dent Types

 

Adam Torn­hill – Code that fits your brain

Adam Torn­hill — Code that fits your brain from NDC Con­fer­ences on Vimeo.

 

Andreas Ste­fik – The Pro­gram­ming Lan­guage Wars

 

Erik Mei­jer – Dual­i­ty and the End of Reac­tive

 

Bret Vic­tor – See­ing Spaces

See­ing Spaces from Bret Vic­tor on Vimeo.

 

Simon Ward­ley – Intro­duc­tion to Val­ue Chain Map­ping

 

Luke Wrob­lews­ki – It’s a Write/Read (Mobile) Web

Luke Wrob­lews­ki — It’s a Write/Read (Mobile) Web from NDC Con­fer­ences on Vimeo.


 

Scott Wlaschin – Func­tion­al Pro­gram­ming Pat­ternsimage