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Rasmus Lerdorf (07.Feb.2014 at 13:30, 1 hr )
Keynote at SunshinePHP 2014 (English - US)

Rating: 5 of 5

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Rating: 4 of 5

07.Feb.2014 at 14:17 by Cory Fisher (21 comments)

Very informative especially surrounding deployments that don't impact users during roll time. I admire the speaker's desire to make a difference outside of the IT offices in the real world.

Rating: 5 of 5

07.Feb.2014 at 14:37 by Alex Dennis (31 comments)

Heads up! Inspiring talk! The transition slide from deployment talk to talking about making a difference in the world was epic!

Rating: 5 of 5

07.Feb.2014 at 14:48 by peircean (35 comments)

Excellent. Deep technical insights regarding deploying production code followed by a motivational speech to stop bickering and do something important.

Rating: 5 of 5

07.Feb.2014 at 15:41 by Cristiano Diniz da Silva (32 comments)

In summary, inspiring.

Rating: 5 of 5

07.Feb.2014 at 17:31 by Jeremy Lindblom (65 comments)

Great summary of 5.6 features and motivational in more than just a technical way.

Rating: 5 of 5

08.Feb.2014 at 08:44 by Raul Fraile (54 comments)

Probably the best talk I've seen of Rasmus. Inspiring and talking about real problems. The QA was also really interesting.

Rating: 5 of 5

08.Feb.2014 at 10:25 by Szymon Karnecki (4 comments)

Very inspiring. Great talk

Rating: 5 of 5

08.Feb.2014 at 11:06 by Adrian Cardenas (64 comments)

Very inspiring talk about the kind of problems we should be solving rather than how to solve them. It highlighted the fact that PHP is maturing as a language.

Rating: 5 of 5

08.Feb.2014 at 13:38 by Ricard Clau (59 comments)

Very inspiring. Really loved the pictures from Greenland. Also, lots of common sense and pragmatism.

Rating: 5 of 5

08.Feb.2014 at 13:50 by Jordan Kasper (73 comments)

A great keynote that leaves you wondering how you can be doing better things with the skills you have.

Rating: 4 of 5

08.Feb.2014 at 14:37 by Chad Baker (17 comments)

Great insights into the mind of a PHP community leader (if not the central figure). Not sure how to balance out all of the "frameworks suck" chatter. Maybe some deeper insights could be shared ...

Rating: 5 of 5

09.Feb.2014 at 08:36 by James Fuller (33 comments)

Rasmus presented and extremely clever and dead simple technique for atomic deployments which made this worth hearing alone. As usual rasmus has an entertaining style and its interesting to hear about his perspective.

Rating: 5 of 5

09.Feb.2014 at 20:36 by Ian Littman (47 comments)

Great technical scoops on both 5.6 and atomic deployments, and inspiring applications of code to improving lives. Well done!

Rating: 5 of 5

10.Feb.2014 at 07:55 by Angel Ramirez (18 comments)

Is truth we have to stop trying to build the next Facebook and work on more important and useful software.

Rating: 5 of 5

10.Feb.2014 at 08:57 by Pablo Godel (102 comments)

I think this was Rasmus' best talk. Great info on deployment and very inspiring message which will hopefully make people think. The room for QA at the end was also very useful and interesting.

Rating: 5 of 5

10.Feb.2014 at 09:59 by Sonny Savage (34 comments)


Rating: 5 of 5

10.Feb.2014 at 12:01 by Marc Seiler (17 comments)

Very inspiring and from the heart Rasmus!

Rating: 5 of 5

10.Feb.2014 at 12:20 by Phillip Jackson (8 comments)

Incredible talk - very impressed with Rasmus' stance on doing things that matter and his response to the the community-at-large who like to dramatize the happenings inamongst the most vocal of us on Twitter. Thanks for being honest and candid, Rasmus!

Rating: 5 of 5

10.Feb.2014 at 12:57 by Eli White (82 comments)

Great job Rasmus. Given there was no description I was 'worried', having not seen Rasmus present in a while, that this would be the stock Rasmus Keynote. Wherein he finds security holes in the conference website, and shows off using performance profiling tools to make <insert open source project> better. While that keynote was a really great one, I've seen it numerous times.

This keynote was really good, very inspiring messages to the room, and left people ready to talk about things for the rest of the day. Exactly what a keynote should do.

Rating: 5 of 5

10.Feb.2014 at 14:57 by Peter Wilson-Ferrer (21 comments)

This was definitely an inspirational talk. It was great to cover what's new in PHP 5.6 etc. and the second half was very motivational. Time to go beyond the keyboard when looking for problems to solve!

Rating: 5 of 5

10.Feb.2014 at 15:31 by Michelle Sanver (206 comments)

I can only repeat the three previous comments. I didn't even see the slides from the back and still enjoyed the talk. Well done :)

Rating: 5 of 5

10.Feb.2014 at 22:17 by Rizer (15 comments)

This guy is fairly legendary to me. Great baseball on the new releases. Loved the pics of icebergs.

Rating: 3 of 5

13.Feb.2014 at 04:05 by Thijs Feryn (185 comments)

I really liked the first part of the talk: it clearly illustrates the direction of the language and the upcoming 5.6 release. That was pretty awesome and definitely a job well done.

But the second part seemed a bit random and incoherent. This is not the first time I see Rasmus speak and I've seen it happen a bunch of times: the talk has a really good start, but then becomes a bit more chaotic.

So to summarize the 2nd part: it diverts from the central theme which is a pitty.

Rasmus is a good speaker and an icon in the PHP community, he knows what he's doing and has some really interesting stuff to say. I only wished that the level of the talk remained consistent which wasn't case to me.

Maybe it's just me ... everyone else is giving the talk a 5-star rating.

Rating: 4 of 5

17.Feb.2014 at 12:30 by Beau Simensen (63 comments)

The first part was only mildly interesting. It showecased things that are newer and upcoming, but it felt like a broad overview or something I could pick up from release notes. It was nice to see them all together, though, so maybe I'm being too harsh.

I liked the idea of trying to do something more than building the next snapchat. Not that we can't make money doing things, but finding ways to make a living that also helps better life for other people. I've struggled with that over the years I've been programming so it was nice to see it discussed.

The deployment discussion was interesting as I had never really considered the mid-request swap over and including files after a symlink has changed, but I felt like the focus on the DOCROOT was a little weird? I'd have to explore it more, but most of my code doesn't care about DOCROOT in any way that I know of, but if it DOES behind the scenes, I need to seriously look at my deployment scripts to see what I can do to help mitigate any issues there.

By the end, I felt like the talk was pretty good and it got me thinking about a lot of things. Plus I got a refresher on things going into internals, so that was nice. :) I was very happy that the whole talk wasn't just about PHP features.

Rating: 5 of 5

21.Feb.2014 at 10:25 by Michael Moussa (50 comments)

My 2nd Rasmus talk and it was great as expected. The portion about deployment was very interesting and very well-timed as we've been discussing it recently at my job.

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