Videos of talks 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)

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

Thurs 9th Sept 2021, Devbreak21 — “Let’s stop making each other feel stupid

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)

How to build a successful engineer academy, Made Tech Talks webinar, Thurs 25th February 1pm — 2pm GMT

Making learning conscious — how to build a learning culture, Made Tech Talks webinar, Wed 3rd February 1pm — 2pm GMT

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)

June 2019: Time Travel — How to Live Outside the Clock (at Lead Dev London 2019 with Sal Freudenberg)

Feb 2019: 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.

June 2018: Teaching New Tricks — How to Enhance the Skills of Experienced Developers (at Lead Developer London 2018)

October 2017: We’re Going on a Bear Hunt — How to Banish Fear in the Workplace.

June 2017: Teaching New Tricks — How to Teach good software development practices to both experienced and inexperienced team members.

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.

27th Oct, 2016: How do you know what you’re doing? at Women of Silicon Roundabout

28th Jan, 2016: Women Can do That Too at Women of Silicon Roundabout

21st Jan, 2016: Mob Programming

9th July, 2015: Lightning Talk on Collaboration

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