Lunch and Learn playlist 2018

Listing here the 43 talks watched by my team at Dell during the 2018 Lunch and Learn Ireland sessions.

To know more about facilitating tech lunches take a look at my post One year of Lunch and Learn and playlist 2017.

* 10/01/2018 – The Other Side of Kanban, Chris McDermott (20m)

* 17/01/2018 – What Comes after Microservices?, Matt Ranney (50m)

* 24/01/2018 – “What’s the worst that can happen?”, How authentic connection enables change and innovation. Marc Burgauer. (23m)

– 7 minutes, 26 seconds, and the Fundamental Theorem of Agile Software Development, J. B. Rainsberger (7m)
https://vimeo.com/79106557

* 31/01/2018 – Patterns of Effective Teams, Dan North (51m)

* 07/02/2018 – Software Craftsmanship and the Safety Critical World, Philip Markgraf (43m)

* 14/02/2018 – Web App Hacking: Caching Problems, Dawid Czagan (40m)
https://app.pluralsight.com/library/courses/caching-problems-web-app-hacking/table-of-contents

* 21/02/2018 – Nothing is Something, Sandi Metz (41m)

* 07/03/2018 – The end of polling: why and how to transform a REST API into a Data Streaming API. Neveu Audrey (48m)

* 14/03/2018 – Blockchain: Massively Simplified, Richie Etwaru (22m)

* 21/03/2018 – The Hardest Problems in Computer Science, Anjana Vakil (19m)

* 28/03/2018 – Evil by Design, Jef Claes (53m)

* 04/04/2018 – Perpetual Infancy – Why Software Doesn’t seem to be growing up. Laurent Bossavit (46m)
http://videos.ncrafts.io/video/223268149

* 11/04/2018 – The state of AI, Andrew Ng (29m)

* 18/04/2018 – Making Sense of the New CSS Layout, Rachel Andrew (27m)

* 18/04/2018 – Agile Metrics – Velocity is not the goal. Doc Norton (43m)

* 02/05/2018 – Emotional Intelligence for Engineers, April Wensel (19m)

* 09/05/2018 – Plain Functional Programming, Martin Odersky, 2017 (46m)

* 16/05/2018 – Spring Integration with Spring Boot and RabbitMQ, Gary Russell, 2016 (55m)

* 30/05/2018 – Statistics for Hackers, Jake Vanderplas, 2016 (40m)

* 06/06/2018 – Functional is cool, but do you know OO. Sandro Mancuso (54m)

* 13/06/2018 – But what *is* a Neural Network? | Chapter 1, deep learning (19m)

* 27/06/2018 – Information Overload and the Real Cost of Interruptions – Hannah Foxwell, Pivotal (33m)

* 11/07/2018 – Quantum Computing Expert Explains One Concept in 5 Levels of Difficulty (20m)

* 18/07/2018 – Break Up With Your Frontend Monolith

* 01/08/2018 – The mind behind Linux | Linus Torvalds (20m)

* 08/08/2018 – Work Together Anywhere, Lisette Sutherland (13m)

* 15/08/2018 – Tech Ethics: Putting People Ahead of Technology (29m)

* 22/08/2018 – Livable Cod, Sarah Mei, 2018 (42m)

* 29/08/2018 – I switched a map and you’ll never guess what happened next – Pete Darwin, Shai Reznik, Mike Brocchi (22m)

* 05/09/2018 – User Stories, Mike Cohn (52m)

* 12/09/2018 – 5 Things Developers Should Know About UX, John Morkes (58m) https://youtu.be/0-Cl3-i04n0

* 19/09/2018 – Evolutionary Software Architectures, Neal Ford (1h 2m)

* 26/09/2018 – Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview (1h)

* 03/10/2018 – Expressive Kotlin, Nat Pryce and Duncan McGregor. (43m)

* 10/10/2018 – The Power and Practicality of Immutability, Venkat Subramaniam (54m)

* 17/10/2018 – It’s Not Continuous Delivery If You Can’t Deploy Right Now, Ken Mugrage (38m)

* 23/10/2018 – Designing Macro Interactions at Airbn, Julia Khusainova (25m)

* 31/10/2018 – Designing Anticipated User Experiences, Joël van Bodegraven

– Five Things About TypeScript, Anders Hejlsberg and John Papa
https://channel9.msdn.com/Shows/5-Things/Episode-7-Five-Things-About-TypeScript

* 07/11/2018 – Agile Product Ownership in a Nutshell, Henrik Kniberg (15m)

* 14/11/2018 – Inventing on Principle, Bret Victor (53m)

* 21/11/2018 – Readable Code, Laura Savino (43m)

* 28/11/2018 – Making Badass Developers, Kathy Sierra (23m)

* 05/12/2018 – The Actor Model, Hewitt, Meijer and Szyperski (42m)
https://channel9.msdn.com/Shows/Going+Deep/Hewitt-Meijer-and-Szyperski-The-Actor-Model-everything-you-wanted-to-know-but-were-afraid-to-ask

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