On Tuesday 8 March 2016, the inaugural DevConf was hosted in Johannesburg. It is the first conference of its size in South Africa and I think it went really well.
I was fortunate enough to speak there about Git vs Continuous Integration and I think my talk was well received.
Here's me talking (photo from Rebecca Franks)
I'm planning a follow up post in the next few days where I will cover the same content as my talk, so look out for that.
I attempted to record the talks I attended, here are the MP3s:
Session 1 - Tugberk Ugurlu - Polyglot Persistence
- Unfortunately the power kept tripping, so this isn't the full talk
Session 2 - Steven McDonald - Beautiful APIs
Session 4 - Oz Chihwayi - Who still needs a tester?
Session 5 - Josh Lewis - Hi, I'm Josh and I'm a reformed TDDist
Session 6 - I didn't record, was too nervous for my talk :)
Session 7 - Duane McKibbin - Git vs. Continuous Integration
- The nerves continued, I only started the recorder halfway through, but I still got the meat of the presentation
Session 8 - Janco Wolmarans - Safety First! How to drop the compiler crutch for faster refactoring