Meet a parallel, asynchronous PHP world

Stefano "Steve" Maraspin (16.May.2015 at 12:00, 1 hr )
Talk at phpDay 2015 (English - US)

Rating: 5 of 5

Meet a parallel, asynchronous PHP world

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Rating: 5 of 5

16.May.2015 at 13:51 by Alessio Felicioni (24 comments)

really nice overview between pros and cons of available options

Rating: 5 of 5

16.May.2015 at 14:04 by MichaƂ Nosek (11 comments)

Rating: 5 of 5

16.May.2015 at 16:35 by Cristian Pascottini (3 comments)

Steve pitching great stuff as always! I'll try to hit an home run after this talk! Love the pro/cons!

Rating: 5 of 5

16.May.2015 at 16:54 by Vittore (44 comments)

As usual Steve is an assuredness. Excellent metaphor choice.
Thanks for your effort.

Rating: 5 of 5

16.May.2015 at 19:34 by Andrea Giannantonio (56 comments)

Rating: 4 of 5

16.May.2015 at 20:12 by Francesco Abeni (99 comments)

Really interesting and unconventional solutions are presented.
IMHO the speaker went a bit too fast, I know there's a lot to say but possibly that means there's too much to say :-)
Also, there is definitely too much code on some of the slides; the most relevant lines can be highlighted and the rest greyed out.

Rating: 4 of 5

17.May.2015 at 00:18 by dParadiz (46 comments)

Nice representations of php parallelization techniques. But personally I like mor contextual presentations then code based.

Rating: 5 of 5

17.May.2015 at 00:39 by Marcello Testi (9 comments)

well, that was a thoroughly inspected matter!

Rating: 5 of 5

17.May.2015 at 08:42 by Alessandro Pellizzari (100 comments)

Extremely interesting, and I appreciated the code examples and the performance comparisons.

Rating: 4 of 5

17.May.2015 at 18:05 by Francesco Face (40 comments)

Steve confirms to be an excellent speaker, and this talk is "tanta roba", that in Rome means "so much and interesting stuff", well presented, very professional.

Rating: 4 of 5

18.May.2015 at 08:39 by Lucio Di Matteo (29 comments)

Nice job!

Rating: 5 of 5

18.May.2015 at 12:12 by Massimo (9 comments)

Quick and complete overview and comparison of known available methods to exucute PHP processes in parallel for scaling and maximize cpu utilization. Thx

18.May.2015 at 12:13 by Massimo (9 comments)

Rating: 4 of 5

18.May.2015 at 22:13 by Anonymous

very interesting arguments

Rating: 4 of 5

18.May.2015 at 22:59 by Alessandro Nuzzo (31 comments)

Rating: 4 of 5

19.May.2015 at 00:14 by Michele Orselli (86 comments)

Really interesting and not so common topic. One minor issue: bad readability of some slides with shell commands/output

Rating: 4 of 5

19.May.2015 at 08:06 by Andrea Giuliano (16 comments)

Interesting point of view

Speaker comment:

19.May.2015 at 10:12 by Stefano "Steve" Maraspin (114 comments)

Thanks everyone for the much appreciated feedback! Your compliments are a big boost of encouragement, your criticism a chance to improve. There is some constructive feedback about which I'd REALLY love to know a bit more (through twitter/email, if possible).

@dParadiz I get what you mean, not being a fan of code based presentations myself. Metaphor and simple use case tried to define a context and create a "story". Seems like goal wasn't achieved. What did I miss, in your opinion?

@magobaol, @bit_shark, @ldmdev, @aleinside What do you think I could improve in order to get the whole of thumbs up? What could be improved in your opinion?

@f_abeni, @_orso_ I'm not a fan/used to display code within my presentations, so your hints are definitely going to help me for the future. Thanks a lot!

19.May.2015 at 10:56 by dParadiz (46 comments)

Story with "mom serving food" was good example of different parallelization techniques. But instead of showing code, just point to the tools and describe advantages usages. In my opinion code kind a interrupted story line. Working code examples could be added as additional content along the slides.

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