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Yesterday Microsoft Portugal held WebCamp, a conference on new Web platforms, standards and tools.

Codacy was there with our booth and a presentation — Nightmare before Best Practices — that exposed 5 real nightmare scenarios that took place due to lack of best practices (such as Code Review).

24 speakers took the stage to talk about the recent (and not so recent) web tendencies. Among them were Christian Heilmann, Jon Galloway and Mat Velloso (among the speakers, not the web tendencies).

Almost 400 attendees spread out across 4 rooms to attend 26 sessions.

Aside from all of the expected topics there were presentations on moustaches and even a tinder-like interface for presentations. Also, waffles.

Presentation with waffles

Kudos to Microsoft for putting this event together and to all the fantastic attendees who helped make our day.

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