Llewellyn Falco

Llewellyn Falco
Developer, Spun Labs

Website | @llewellynfalco

Llewellyn learned to jump horses in the 7th grade while living in France. Back in states, while studying drafting in high school, he started fire eating, sleight of hand magic, and once rode a unicycle 6 miles. After learning to juggle torches, he joined a acrobatics group in college where he specialized on the trampoline and walking a slack rope. He can calculate the cube root of any perfect cube under 1,000,000 in his head, as well as pick a standard lock. He can rollerblade down a flight of stairs, backwards. Later, he has learned to play the doumbek (a type of drum), to accompaniment a belly dancing
girlfriend. Llewellyn studied Tai Chi for 2 years, can throw a knife at 20 feet, and a playing card at 50. He has taught swing dancing, and loves to salsa. He is also an accomplished speed chess player. In the last year, he has been scuba diving over 20 times, become a guitar
hero, and broke his personal record of paddle balling over 200 times. Llewellyn attributes his success to the large amount of caffeine he has consumed, and enjoys computer programming in his spare time.

Speaking Engagements:
Agile 2011 – Teaching Kids Programming w/ Agile Techniques
Computer Science Teachers of America 2011 Nation Conference
Tech Ed South Africa
Agile 2010 – The Worst of Legacy Code: Forensic Development
Developmentor author/instructor TDD class
.Net Rocks 2010 – Teaching Kids Programming
Agile 2009 – A pictures worth a 1000 Tests
MSDN Channel 9 GeekSpeak – Refactoring Tips & Tricks
Code Camps : San Diego (2006,2007,2008,2009,2010)

Sessions

Community
Location: D138
Llewellyn Falco (Spun Labs), Lynn Langit (Teaching Kids Programming)
Average rating: ****.
(4.60, 5 ratings)
We have had a history of taking a different approach that has been highly successful in turning small emails and twitter comments into people programming with us on our OSS projects. In this session we will share our stories so that you can also the harness good intentions of others and turn those intentions into committable code. Read more.

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