# Talks I gave

A collection of talks I have given in public.

I try to give a talk at every conference I attend. Here I collect material about this talks. I like to try different tools to create slides, so no to talks feel the same.

The mental model needed to write user-documentation.

This is a cover-talk of Daniele Procida’s presentation from PyCon Australia 2017. While all the genius is his and all the errors are mine I worked hard to build my own version of his slides and make them more fitting for my audience.

I did my first ever lightningtalk on PyConDe 2018 in Karlsruhe. I was so excited that my brain shut of a few hours before. But the talk itself went well.

I was showing off hypothesis, a library for property based testing. My goal was to show how easy it is to use and how it can find unexpected problems.

Summary of my master thesis:
An algorithm to find factors of number as big as 10¹⁰⁰.
This doesn't come for free, there are some surprising mathematics involved.