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The session I liked most was:

How to measure progress in adopting CI/CD - Raul Rodriguez

Pipelines - Jeroen Tiebout

Code as a crime scene

War stories - Robert Park

Canary deployment - Krisztina Hirth

CI in very small projects - Janne Kemppainen

Trunk based development - Jonathan Vanderick

CI/CD Adoption - Oliver

Best practices for CI, how to avoid branches - Matteo Pierro

How I integrated kid - Nelis Boucké

Reconciling perspectives - Laurence Whelpton

Non-Violent Communication - Adina RAV

Changing culture - Christophe Vanlancker

Consumer driven tests - Pieter Herroelen

Technical capabilities shape your culture - Rob Moore

People want change but they don't want to change - Toni Kortepohja

Elephant carpaccio - Thierry de Pauw

All! - Stefan Pfeiffer

KidCon - Jyri Ilama

War stories - Antti Pohjonen

War stories + solutions - Lander Van den Bulcke

War stories + solutions - Frederik Martens

KidCon - Douglas Squirrel

Non-Violent communication - Cirilo Wortel

Elephant carpaccio - Ringo De Smet

Consumer drivent contract testing & Do we need testing? - Patrick van Enkhuijzen

Change but not change - Xing Yang

Non-violent communication - Joost Voskuil

Non-violent communication - Smiljana Mihajlovic

How to measure progress - Pieter Maesen

All soft skill topics - Tim Wikström

Elephant carpaccio

Elephant carpaccio - Chris Haining

Elephant carpaccio

Reconciling perspectives - Bart Van den Abbeel

RCT

We want change but don't want to change - Tom Dierckx

It's a draw -- I have no preference - Andras Matisz

People want change, but don't want to change - Frank Gielens

Non-violent communication - Zoran Regvart

Reconciling perspectives - Alex Conlin-Oakley

Culture vs capability - Steve Freeman

Starting cultural change with CD - Andrew Parker

Non-violent communication - Ivan Moore

Kid integration - Simon Wydooghe

What I liked most was:

Having the opportunity to have conversations with people with a lot of experience and people who have contributed to the community that have a name out there and yet they spare time to come (i.e. Jeffrey, Steve F, Patrick, Ivan M, ...) - Raul Rodriguez

Serendipity - Jeroen Tiebout

New models. Challenge existing models. Hear similar pains. - Patrick Debois

Sharing knowledge with others

Meeting so many people that I knew, I wanted to know, and new. - Robert Park

The people. - Krisztina Hirth

Being more active than last time - Janne Kemppainen

Discovering the Open Space format. - Jonathan Vanderick

Experience of people - Oliver

People :) - Matteo Pierro

People that where there, opens to talk, discussions. - Nelis Boucké

The people and the easy going, less format discussion - Laurence Whelpton

I have a voice. Also all the participants have a voice. We all share experiences. - Adina RAV

The openness of communication - Christophe Vanlancker

The openness of the people - Pieter Herroelen

Meeting and hearing from many people - Rob Moore

People enjoyed the conference and the venue - Thierry de Pauw

People - Stefan Pfeiffer

Venue - Antti Pohjonen

The friendly and open atmosphere - Lander Van den Bulcke

Connecting with others (even internationally) about a variety of topics - Frederik Martens

Architecture on crutches - Douglas Squirrel

Change & War stories - Aldina Codesso-Lipponen

Meeting up with interesting people - Cirilo Wortel

Open space format - Ringo De Smet

Informal & open atmosphere - Patrick van Enkhuijzen

Interesting stories - Xing Yang

The awesome people - Joost Voskuil

Interesting topics, variety of them, the venue - Smiljana Mihajlovic

Open atmosphere - Pieter Maesen

People - Tim Wikström

The different insights, open and true statements, the atmosphere

Discussion & problems, solutions, and philosophies - Chris Haining

Open minded people - Bart Van den Abbeel

The location

The open space format - Tom Dierckx

Great people - Andras Matisz

Sharing experiences on devops culture, the open space concept. - Frank Gielens

The venue in addition to CITCON - Zoran Regvart

Meeting interesting people - Alex Conlin-Oakley

A bar discussion - Steve Freeman

Thierry --> CI/CD --> Kata - Joris Swinnen

Debating a point with examples and reasoning - Andrew Parker

Talking and learning from different people - Simon Wydooghe

What I liked least was:

my level of energy - Jeroen Tiebout

Not permanent open bar and type of food - Patrick Debois

Food could've been warm - Janne Kemppainen

To "sell" my topic. I don't have those skills. :( --> need to improve - Oliver

No coding, show cases - Matteo Pierro

Choosing between sessions. - Laurence Whelpton

The delays of airline companies - Adina RAV

The schedule changing last minute - Christophe Vanlancker

Not convenient to reach with public transport - Pieter Herroelen

Lack of t-shirt - Rob Moore

Not enough food - Toni Kortepohja

Short-term rescheduling of sessions - Stefan Pfeiffer

Having to choose between multiple sessions that I would've liked to attend completely - Lander Van den Bulcke

The forced introduction round - Frederik Martens

Had to ask for vegetarian lunch - Douglas Squirrel

Some of the rooms were a bit dark - Cirilo Wortel

Some sessions in open air with a lot of noise; hard to understand the person talking - Ringo De Smet

A little bit more snacks & drinks would be good - Patrick van Enkhuijzen

Nothing - Xing Yang

Choose between sessions - Joost Voskuil

Occasional noise at outdoor sessions - Smiljana Mihajlovic

Lack of t-shirts - Tim Wikström

That it wasn't hosted in a hotel

Lunch felt too long - Chris Haining

5 sessions of 1 hr on 1 day is a lot - Frank Gielens

Lack of drinking water in A.M. - Alex Conlin-Oakley

Lunch - Steve Freeman

Topic creation - Joris Swinnen

Achohol - Andrew Parker

Had to miss out on the first evening unfortunately - Simon Wydooghe

For next time, I suggest:

Keep doing it in Open Space format - Raul Rodriguez

Drinks throughout the day - Jeroen Tiebout

Encouraging the workshop format (at least mentioning it's possible)

Voting for some topics in advance?? - Jonathan Vanderick

A kind of "coach" who can review my proposal (maybe just ask...) - Oliver

Better explain the format on the website - Matteo Pierro

1.5 hr lunch break instead of 2 hrs. Lightning talks - Nelis Boucké

Longer duration but same amount of sessions so I can attend more - Laurence Whelpton

Don't give up. A small conference which influences in positive ways only people with big impact - Adina RAV

Free water in the P.M. - Pieter Herroelen

Coffee, drinks during the day - Thierry de Pauw

Limit rescheduling - Stefan Pfeiffer

I wouldn't mind adding a second day of sessions - Lander Van den Bulcke

Doing it in this venue again :-) - Frederik Martens

Folkestone! - Douglas Squirrel

To do it again :-) - Cirilo Wortel

Not only start hours for the sessions but also end hours, and clear gaps for hallway conversations - Ringo De Smet

More culture and communication topics - Xing Yang

2 days! - Joost Voskuil

(for some attendees): to open/create twitter account and participate in sharing great stuff from this awesome conference! - Smiljana Mihajlovic

T-shirts - Tim Wikström

CITCON in Florida ;-)

Water in the afternoon would be nice - Bart Van den Abbeel

I would have liked a map - Tom Dierckx

Provide pens for the feedback - Steve Freeman

Could prepare topics via Trello - Joris Swinnen

More tea - Ivan Moore

Keep going! Recordings? For missed sessions - Simon Wydooghe

Additional comments:

I didn't mind about the t-shirts. Good facilitation at the beginning. Good catering. - Raul Rodriguez

:-) - Jeroen Tiebout

THANKS! - Patrick Debois

Great as always. Great crowd. - Robert Park

Shorter intro, but it is just a nice 2 have. - Krisztina Hirth

Hope to be available for next year - Jonathan Vanderick

Time slots too large - Matteo Pierro

Slot length of 45 minutes is enough I think - Nelis Boucké

Negative: noisy neighbors (sometimes. nobody's fault I suppose). Positives: really nice venue, lightweight facilitation, nice refreshments/food provided, well organized (other than t-shirt) - Rob Moore

Is there some kind of scholarship fund for people who can't afford to pay to come themselves? - Tony Bruce

Great job, keep up the good work! - Lander Van den Bulcke

Thanks for organizing, too bad for the t-shirts - Frederik Martens

Friday night bites were too small. More food! - Cirilo Wortel

For next year De Agile Testers might be interested in sponsoring - Patrick van Enkhuijzen

Just fantastic - Xing Yang

Thank you guys! It was a real pleasure being here! - Smiljana Mihajlovic

Thanks - Pieter Maesen

Super loved coming here - Tom Dierckx