Videos of talks, interviews and live coding
Videos of live coding
Nov 2020 on Twitch: Refactoring — simple live demo using my Reconciliate code base:
Videos of talks
(not all my talks have been filmed — see here for full list of talks)
YOW! Perth, Tue Sept 12th 2023, Continuous Integration — that’s not what they meant.
Lead Dev London 2023, Wed Jun 28th 2023, The awful agony of the app store: When software delivery goes wrong. That link requires a Lead Dev account, but there is a free — and longer — version of the same talk (as delivered at YOW! London in Nov 2022) here.
Lead Dev New York 2023, March 15th 2023, Let them learn! How to nurture great software engineers:
Lead Dev London 2022, June 8th 2022, Compassionate Refactoring (Join LeadDev.com for free to access this content):
Joy of Coding, June 17 2022, Let’s stop making each other feel stupid:
YOW! London, Nov 2022, When Software Delivery Goes Wrong (Why App Stores Could Make You Sad):
GOTO Copenhagen, Tue 4th Oct 2022, How to stop testing and break your code base:
Thurs 9th Sept 2021, Devbreak21 — “Let’s stop making each other feel stupid”:
Making learning conscious — how to build a learning culture, Made Tech Talks webinar, Wed 3rd February 2021:
Yves Hanoulle, June 2022: Who Is Agile series: “Asking questions is a good way of teaching”
Mob Mentality, April 2022: Learning through the ensemble
How to build a successful engineer academy, Made Tech Talks webinar, Thurs 25th February 2020 1pm — 2pm GMT
Interview with Alex Bolboacă from MozaicWorks, May 2021. About TDD, maths, writing novels and lots more!
July 2020: #MadeTechTalks webinar: Myself and @dreas1 were talking on the topic “How to spin up a digital project during lockdown: challenges, tips and tools”
April 2020: Podcast / Interview about refactoring with Robby Russell on the Maintainable podcast (not actually a talk or even a video, but it seemed to make sense to link to it here)
Feb 2019: Teaching experienced developers — Interview with the .Net Rocks podcast (not actually a talk or even a video, but it seemed to make sense to link to it here)
Jan 2019: NDC London, Jan 28th — Feb 1st 2019: “Teaching New Tricks — How to enhance the skills of experienced developers”
Sept 2018: Let’s Stop Making Each Other Feel Stupid (at GoCardless)
August 2018: Podcast / interview on “Let’s Stop Making People Feel Stupid” with @AgileAmped and @ChrisMurman at Agile 2018 in San Diego.
October 2017, ThoughtWorks Manchester: We’re Going on a Bear Hunt — How to Banish Fear in the Workplace.
7th April, 2017: Graphics and circles
27th March, 2017: Lightning talk on “Be Bold for Change” for International Women’s Day at Thoughtworks Manchester
2nd Feb, 2017: Test Driven Novel Writing — pecha kucha talk from OOP Munich.
21st Jan, 2016: Mob Programming
9th July, 2015: Lightning Talk on Collaboration
Inclusive Design ID24, Sept 22nd 2022, Let’s stop making each other feel stupid
The Legacy of Socrates, Nov 24th 2021, Let’s stop making each other feel stupid
NE Bytes, online, Wed 20th Oct 2021: “How to stop testing and break your code base”
Fri 3rd Sept 2021, Agile on the Beach — “How to stop testing and break your code base”
Wed 19th May 2021 — io.net virtual meetup — “How to stop testing and break your code base” (my bit starts at 1:04)
June 2017: Teaching New Tricks — How to Teach good software development practices to both experienced and inexperienced team members.