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Of all the talks I heard this year, "Navigating the hype-driven frontend development world" by Kitze stuck with me the most.

youtu.be/usH0QXrbfGg

 
 

None. I can tell you what videos I find inspiring that I watched this year:

10 Tips for failing badly at Microservices by David Schmitz
youtu.be/X0tjziAQfNQ

Design Microservice Architectures the Right Way
youtu.be/j6ow-UemzBc

 
 

This definitely was my favorite talk for 2019! The people aspect in engineering.

 

My personal take would be "How Stripe Invests in Technical Infrastructure" by Will Larson

youtube.com/watch?v=rYzmXLhIaHQ

 
 
 
 

Kotlin specific:

I was inspired last week at KotlinConf 2019 by Andrey Breslav's opening Keynote.

 

For me it was A step-change for web development, that shows you a blow mind alternative, and I'm just loving this new way ;)

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