Don't miss this LSCC meetup with talks from Shane Gryzko and Marco Consolaro.
Driving change via a feedback mechanism is a common pattern in every self organised system and in effect is very common in nature: any alive being (which is nothing more then a complex system) uses the same principles to adapt to its environment. Join this session to understand why iterative methodologies work and where they come from!
I was 9 when I learnt to code on a commodore 64, on 2001 I graduated in Computer Science at University of Venice and since a decade I relocated to London. I worked as Senior Developer for companies like Yoox, Asos, Itv, 7Digital and I founded Pantry Ace, award winning startup in foodtech. Software craftsman, entrepreneur, lean thinker, restless traveller, philosopher - all blended with Venetian humour!
Do you avoid giving presentations? Do you have strong opinions but feel like no one listens to them?
I used to. That is, until I researched and practiced the art of speaking. In this talk, I'll share several things you can do to deal with the fear of giving presentations and improve your speaking skills.
These tips will get your brilliant ideas heard, no matter how technical they may be. You will be more likely to change people's minds, get that big promotion and raise, and change the world...
Or at the very least, you'll be less likely to bore your audience to death!
By day, Shane Gryzko is a C++ developer for the financial software company ION Trading. By night, he blogs at ShaneG.ca, works on UX-related side projects, and travels like a maniac. Shane regularly participates in LSCC meetups, including giving a lightning talk entitled "My Name is Shane and I'm a Usabilityholic" in 2016. Since then, he's been actively improving his speaking skills and wants to show you how you can do the same.