Six More HalfStack 2018 Speakers!
We’re announcing this years speakers in a series of posts:
Today we’re pleased to announce our next wave of speakers for this year’s HalfStack! We may have one or two more to announce beyond this, but with the speakers listed below and our previous announcements, our lineup is nearly complete!
Beats, Rhymes & Unit Tests
Hip Hop and Unit Tests. A match made in heaven? Through a mix of audio, video and live performance, Tony Edwards will explore Web Audio in an attempt to convince the audience of its suitability for audio transcription. This is a fast paced and highly engaging talk with a crescendo you won’t forget.
Alpha, Beta, Gamer: Dev Mode
A live performance of video games and stand up comedy from comedian and coder, including pre prepared web games to play and even creating a video game with the audience on stage in only 10 minutes. Joe Hart previously delivered a performance at Fringe and now joins us on the HalfStack stage!
We may spend weeks or months looking at the specifications for things we purchase such as phones, laptops, and cars. Sean McGee was about to make the biggest purchase of them all, buying his first house/flat. Sean realised that he knew nothing about buying a house, but he knows how to develop an app! Using open data and APIs, Sean built an app to help him find the perfect house.
The Most Important UI: You
Without investing in our own user interface, we create many problems. If we wear exhaustion like a badge of honor and promote unrealistic expectations, we often neglect our most basic needs. In this talk, Carolyn Stransky will discuss the issue and we will learn how we can build our own self-care toolkit to improve our own user interface.
Update: Jani’s Back!
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