What I like

  • Well prepared, well given, good contents, nice cookie
  • The energy of the presenters
  • Dynamic presentation style
  • The multitasking exercise
  • Makes me think about the way I work
  • I will take actions as soon as Monday
  • Presentation was very nice and interactive
  • Inspiring speakers
  • Very insightful
  • Very interesting subject
  • Stroopwafels!!! :-)
  • Clear way of speaking
  • Great choice of psych insights and video
  • Switching subjects
  • Films and good explanations
  • Relating back to software development
  • Good overview with nice presentation and integration
  • Very good presentatrion
  • Lots of examples
  • Psychology examples
  • It gets me thinking again!
  • Very interesting views on group behavior
  • Good mix of theory and practical examples (videos)
  • The quiz!
  • The way of presenting using Flash -> good 'slides'
  • Interesting topics
  • Well presented
  • New facts were cool
  • Lots of subjects
  • Connect it to practical software engineering
  • Interaction
  • Content
  • Humor
  • Reminded me about stuff I've already heard, but forgot to do anything about
  • Very well presented
  • Reminded well about things that I kind of already know, but...
  • Interesting examples
  • Good presentation techniques
  • Videos

To improve

  • Mention Weinberg's "Psychology of Computer Programming"
  • Watch out with the "bystander" video (shocking images)
  • Give a handout or a link to the presentation
  • Examples and study cases were well known. I would like some new ones if there are any
  • Examples from working places and maybe solution given, like: how can managers understand developers?
  • More connections between the experiments and software development situations
  • Link it more clearly to Software Development. Some of the insight kind of fizzled
  • Presenters could bing in more personal experiences
  • (More) Tips and tricks
  • More examples
  • Bit more time to relate to our own work
  • A bit more about how it reflects in software engineering (it is in the session, but could be more)
  • Speak a little bit louder
  • Work out its relevance to agile software development a bit more (let the groups do it themselves?)µ
  • More attention to do something with the facts in practice
  • More interaction
  • A 90 mins session
  • Shorter video
  • More software engineering experience related to psychology
  • Give new information. I haven't hear anything new
  • Connection to software development was sometimes too vague
  • Show numbers on slides
  • More discussion/tie-ie to Agile. E.g. talk about problem areas and then tie in psychology