Andrey (azangru) wrote,

Speaking of delivery...

I don't normally watch tech talks in Russian, because the jargon, the vocabulary mostly consisting of russified English words, and the very manner of speaking that has become widespread in the tech community grates on my nerves too much; but at the same time I realize that I must be missing out, when I watch, for example, this talk about webgl and pixi.js by a core contributor to pixi:

But this one that I gave a try yesterday was awful. Not because of the subject matter; after all, it did describe the fundamental concepts of memory leaks due to neglected subscriptions, and it also made me aware of the technique for inspecting web pages for memory leaks in dev tools — but because of the delivery, the verbal clutter that almost made me gag:


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