Top 10 most memorable talks in 2014

Yan Cui

I help clients go faster for less using serverless technologies.

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

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