Nice talk, Tobias!
I'd choose a simpler example than the Travelling Sales Person problem, for
my taste it was rather distracting from the core of the matter.
Yep. Others had exactly that feedback too. It's too much given the time. And some were already put off by the math formulas. Well, next time I do better rgd this;)
Particularly since there were no results yet to demo for TSPP (I guess
that's something for a follow-up talk, but IoT seems more exciting to me).
With the time saved, you could expand a little more on other items (e.g.
extend the comparison with older/other technologies like ZeroMQ).
There were also quite some people that approached me like: "Why not HTTP/REST? You mentioned some arguments, but couldn't you expanded more?"
I've also been encouraged by one of the FOSDEM organizers to apply with a talk at
Brussels / 4 & 5 February 2017
So I might indeed have a chance to do a 2nd iteration;)
Thanks for feedback!
Am 25.07.2016 um 16:28 schrieb Roger Erens:
Op zondag 24 juli 2016 14:19:09 UTC+2 schreef Tobias Oberstein:
last day at EuroPython 2016 in Bilbao - the whole thing was pretty
awesome! I just love the Python community. Many, many interesting
conversations and fun with people.
Ah, and my talk is online now also;)
Scaling microservices using Crossbar.io