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Dev talk recommendations, boosts 👌 

If you had to pick one conference talk that has impacted the way you think / develop software the most: which would it be and why?

For me, it’d have to be ‘Making Impossible States Impossible’ by Richard Feldman for how it talks about restricting your models and using the computer and type system to avoid invalid states. “Testing is good. Impossible is better. “

Dev talk recommendations, boosts 👌 

@hartmann for me it would definitely be "Data-Oriented Design and C++" by Mike Acton (2014). It made me strive for writing cache-friendly code whenever possible, as well as making me reflect on the pitfalls of OOP and its design patterns.

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