Iterative and incremental development not only applies to our software based solutions. We should also apply it to our thoughts, our learning and how we try to communicate them all.
After the 1st version of this talk in the First International TDD Conference, I tried to get as much feedback as I could about it. From that information and also after analyzing the parts I was not so happy with, I decided I had to work on a 2nd, hopefully improved, extended version of the talk.
Thierry de Pauw found my talk and commented his impressions about it in twitter. He encouraged me to share it in other conferences and pointed me several options. I felt energized enough to do it again. As in the previous version, I wanted the talk to be public available, that is, I wanted to share it in a conference where the assistance was free or, at least, in one in which the talks will be openly available in streaming to everyone interested later on. Additionally, due to my family situation with my new born baby, Júlia, it must be an online conference.
I searched and asked on twitter. It was Markus Tacker who pointed me to the Embo++: a learning and sharing ecosystem where passionate embedded developers share their thoughts and approaches to solve the problems we all live in. I took a look at all the previous editions and I found really good talks in their open Youtube channel. I decided to enroll the talk in their Call For Speakers.
The talk was accepted and I had the chance to share it in remote live with all the assistants to the Embo++2022 conference past March 2022. Embo++ folks have already released it in their channel and is available from the link below. If you are interested in the talk, I recommend you to go for this 2nd version. Here are the major differences from the 1st version:
Talk slides are available in slideshare