Journey to the Enterprise

Mark Brown (07.Feb.2014 at 09:00, 1 hr )
Keynote at SunshinePHP 2014 (English - US)

Rating: 4 of 5

Journey to the Enterprise

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Rating: 3 of 5

07.Feb.2014 at 09:42 by Anonymous

Is this talk going to get to a point? So far just a battery of definitions and lots of funny slides with pictures.

Mark is a good speaker but this presentation lacks a coherent theme. It also has little, if anything, to do with php.

If there is a unifying message it should have been made clear from the start.

Rating: 2 of 5

07.Feb.2014 at 09:55 by Cory Fisher (21 comments)

This talk seems very irrelevant to me as a developer. Good talk, just not the right target audience.

Rating: 4 of 5

07.Feb.2014 at 09:59 by Luke Stokes (34 comments)

I've heard the term "enterprise" thrown around a lot with no one giving a "real" definition besides "Well, how much money do you have to spend?" I really appreciated Mark tackling this concept with some real definitions and real world experience. For those building businesses to server enterprise, I found it very helpful.

Rating: 4 of 5

07.Feb.2014 at 10:02 by Alex Dennis (31 comments)

I enjoyed this talk. Particularly never fully appreciated the competitive advantage of build vs buy. Delivery was a bit monotone but good job introducing some comedy to help liven it up.

Rating: 2 of 5

07.Feb.2014 at 10:21 by Anonymous

Take away: enterprise is going to the cloud and services / api (management) will be critical. Not much to do with PHP just that they will be some of the developers building the services.

Rating: 4 of 5

07.Feb.2014 at 10:22 by Beau Simensen (63 comments)

I wasn't sure what to expect from this talk but I thought it worked well. I felt like it was a great review of what enterprise is (and isn't) and also a review of a bunch of awesome three letter acronyms!

Rating: 4 of 5

07.Feb.2014 at 10:34 by Jordan Kasper (73 comments)

Mark is a great speaker - direct and yet not aggressive. He mixes humor with good information well and speaks to the entire audience, not just those "in the know". For a keynote, I think the content was appropriate, broad and wide reaching in order to capture the largest possible audience. That said, I found it hard to get terribly interested in - Mark's charisma helped quite a bit.

Rating: 4 of 5

07.Feb.2014 at 10:54 by Ben Ramsey (48 comments)

Mark took a very dry topic that is nevertheless important for us to talk about—even at a PHP conference—and, through his charisma and delivery, was able to keep the audience engaged. The Cloud is changing everything, even the Enterprise—especially the Enterprise.

Rating: 3 of 5

07.Feb.2014 at 11:04 by Rodolfo Puig (33 comments)

I enjoyed the talk, but Enterprise is boring. I have to deal with it day in and day out.

Rating: 4 of 5

07.Feb.2014 at 11:05 by Anonymous

I like the conclusion of cloud will dominate and api management is the next big thing.

Rating: 5 of 5

07.Feb.2014 at 11:25 by Marc Seiler (17 comments)

Great talk, wasn't as boring as enterprise normally is.

Rating: 5 of 5

07.Feb.2014 at 11:41 by Ilia Alshanetsky (25 comments)

Perhaps not the most exciting topic at a dev conference, but Mark did a really job presenting and keeping the audience engaged.

Rating: 2 of 5

07.Feb.2014 at 23:52 by Raul Fraile (54 comments)

I don't think that a PHP conference is the best place for a talk about "enterprise". Mark is a good speaker, but I really wasn't interested in the content at all. I usually expect from an opening keynote to be exciting and illuminating.

Rating: 4 of 5

08.Feb.2014 at 08:49 by Robert Labrie (8 comments)

This was a good talk about enterprise but was missing the part where it got me excited about it as a developer.

Rating: 4 of 5

08.Feb.2014 at 14:21 by Beth Tucker Long (34 comments)

This was a great talk about a really tough subject. Defining enterprise is very difficult. I think the talk could be tightened up a bit to make the points more clear, but all in all, I really enjoyed the humor and interesting discussion.

Rating: 2 of 5

08.Feb.2014 at 14:30 by Chad Baker (17 comments)

Needed more a tie-in to PHP for me. The first two-thirds were too much of a retrospective. The goal of exposing attendees to more than just pure-play PHP talks is great, but as a keynote, I want to understand PHP's journey to the enterprise.

Rating: 4 of 5

08.Feb.2014 at 14:39 by Adrian Burden (31 comments)

Like the talk about the enterprise. The cloud is good and I see it is a more efficient way to go, but I feel we have a difficult challenge to convince people with sensitive data.

Rating: 3 of 5

08.Feb.2014 at 14:45 by Anonymous

Having this kind of talk in a PHP dev conference was a very good idea. Mark seems to be a good speaker also, but the talk could have had a clearer message than: Enterprises go to cloud and web developers, you, make the cloud.

Rating: 1 of 5

09.Feb.2014 at 00:23 by LuisCordova (90 comments)

I wished we could have had a more technical dev type talk, this is what we devs come to hear and learn from. If we want to include these type then that could have been relegated to a lighting talk. We need more technical talks, more FOSS emphasis imo.

Rating: 3 of 5

09.Feb.2014 at 08:27 by James Fuller (33 comments)

Good speaker, good delivery..but the subject itself was incredibly uninteresting. I didn't walk away feeling like I had anything actionable to use in my day to day. There were a few funny anecdotes however and those are always appreciated!

Rating: 3 of 5

09.Feb.2014 at 20:31 by Ian Littman (47 comments)

As others have said, the speaker was interesting but the subject more or less wasn't. Not such an amazing fit for the conference.

Rating: 4 of 5

09.Feb.2014 at 22:28 by Anonymous


Rating: 4 of 5

10.Feb.2014 at 07:48 by Angel Ramirez (18 comments)

I'm not agree about the topic it wasn't interesting, maybe because different point of views, but anyways thanks a lot for keynote it was great.

Rating: 3 of 5

10.Feb.2014 at 09:51 by Anonymous


Rating: 4 of 5

10.Feb.2014 at 13:01 by Eli White (82 comments)

This was a good presentation, (And as always Mark is a good speaker). Though I think he needed a few more cups of coffee that morning ;)

Delivery was a little stilted, but the topic was dead on, and a good keynote in the sense of providing Enterprise/Broad-Range topics to the audience.

Because there wasn't much PHP-tie-in given directly (as people mentioned above), I think it didn't really inspire more discussions from the audience as the day progressed however.

Rating: 5 of 5

10.Feb.2014 at 15:09 by Danilo Kolomijez (20 comments)


Rating: 4 of 5

10.Feb.2014 at 15:30 by Michelle Sanver (206 comments)

I think the keynote should be more inspiring and a kickstart of the day, it felt like the topic was maybe not the most keynote worthy topic for a PHP community conference.

That said, for the topic it was the presentation was spot on, so I'm giving the talk itself four stars, deducting one for not being a good keynote for this specific conference in my humble opinion.

Rating: 4 of 5

13.Feb.2014 at 03:51 by Thijs Feryn (185 comments)

Although enterprise seems to be a boring subject, I was happy to see this keynote. Mark has enough experience to talk about enterprise and he also works at a company that actually serves enterprises.

So for the first time ever, someone was able to explain me what the so called enterprise actually is and now I have the tools to quantify if a company is actually an enterprise.

Although some aspects of the talk weren't surprising, there were still some basic aspects of enterprise I didn't know of.

I'd say it's a job well done! It didn't blow me away (hence the 4-star rating), but it was still a very good talk.

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