Talks by Casey Patrick Driscoll
By day, I'm a senior full-stack, open-source web developer at WebDevStudios.
By night, I'm an amateur historian and arm-chair philosopher, fascinated by how things work and what makes people tick.
Casey has an undergraduate degree in Computer Science from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.
Generally speaking, these talks are geared towards 'Aspirational Abstraction', encouraging the listener to think deeper about seemingly simple ideas. No person can fully explain a complex topic in 20 minutes, but hopefully I can pique your curiosity and empower you to explore on your own.
GPL 3. Please fork and attribute. It's yours to do what you will!
All talks live permanently at GitHub and this website.
- Automated Testing I
- Automated Testing II
- Automated Testing III
- Chrome Dev Tools I
- GA: Sample Teach
- HTTPS: A History
- Objects: A History
- The Life of 'A' Byte
- Time: A History
- Graphs (Networks)
- Being Bad at Being Good
- Progressive Enhancement
- Asking Great Questions
- Giving Great Answers
- Meetup Misery to Mastery
- Chrome Dev Tools I, II, III
- BS in CS: What you missed in Computer Science