Even though it was just a wildcard session (people had to vote for my proposal), the room had a capacity of only 50 people, and the DevDays organization forgot to list the wildcard sessions on the website, I was very happy to see that the room was more than full. Although I had quite a lot of content to cover and the pace of my session was quite high, I think it went very smooth. Since it is not possible to fill-in an evaluation form through the DevDays site, hopefully, people drop me an email or a tweet me with some feedback.
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