Debugger; for Developers

On 10th May 2018 at The QEII Centre as part of DeltaV Conference

What’s common for Meryl Streep, Henry Ford and Albert Einstein? All of them suffered from different problems in their professional lives despite their success. This talk *is not about development*. Instead of code, this inspirational and motivational talk will set debugger on ourselves as humans to analyse the bugs most of us face in our day-to-day jobs as developers. Among others, we will be talking about:

Imposter syndrome

But these are not limited to developers and are applicable to a much wider audience. It will be about psychology, neuroscience, work-life balance, work quality and… us.

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Presented by

Denys Mishunov

Front-end developer


Denys is a front-end developer & public speaker living and working in Norway. Denys is a 2-in-1 art school graduate and engineer, he is passionate about psychology, physics, history, drawing. In his day-to-day job, he enjoys getting to the heart of the matter of things and processes. Originally on “CSS side”, for the last few years Denys has been building javascript applications, still breaking CSS, abusing HTML and working with performance optimisations of pretty much all aspects of the front-end toolset.


DeltaV Conference


10th May 2018

Skill level

Beginner / Intermediate