innoQ Event in Düsseldorf
It was yet another great innoQ event! This time, we had a lot of short talks (15 and 10 minutes) and lightning talks (5 minutes). I did a lightning talk about english commas! Oxford Comma!!! The short talks were a great opportunity to practice sketchnoting!
‘Consulting ABC’ from Robert Glaser and Tim Keller, ‘Complate’ from FND, and ‘Lonely Planet Kotlin’ from Daniel Westheide
‘Erkenntnisse aus der abbasidischen Blütezeit’ from John-Paul Bader, ‘Lead Measures’ from David Caspar, ‘Confirmation Bias’ from Sonja Heinen, ‘Rabbit MQ Erfahrungsbericht’ from Niko Will, and ‘Infrastruktur Testing mit spec.sh’ from Daniel Bornkessel.
‘Quantenmechanik’ from Stefan Bodewig and TRIZ from Burkhard Neppert.
‘Worddown’ from Kofi Jedamzik, ‘The Web-GIS Challenge’ from Tobias Eckhard, ‘Irgendwas zu Netflix Conductor’ from Tammo van Lessen, and ‘Confluence Publisher’ from Christian Stettler.
‘Von Taschenratten & Walfische’ from Simon Kölsch, ‘Non-blocking IO: Cool oder doof?’ from Andreas Krüger, and ‘Unambitious Custom Elements (web components)’ from Lucas Dohmen
‘Keep Calm and center stuff in CSS’ from Roman Stanghöner, ‘Image Search’ from Philipp Haußleiter, and ‘Integrative Decision Making’ from Jörg Müller
During day two open spaces, Jan Stępień did a great session about transducers based on this blog post. Now I finally understand them. :)
Attribution is important! I’ve tried to write down the twitter handle from my colleagues in the sketchnotes. If you find them interesting, check out what other interesting things they do!