Don't use a screw when you need a nail

Stefan Koopmanschap (04.Mar.2011 at 16:30)
Talk at Symfony Live 2011 - Paris (English - UK)

Rating: 4 of 5

Don't use a screw when you need a nail

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Rating: 4 of 5

04.Mar.2011 at 17:30 by Christian Schaefer (35 comments)

nice collection of tools. good to be reminded from time to time that these exist!

Rating: 2 of 5

05.Mar.2011 at 21:35 by cyril quintin (13 comments)

You were dynamic, your talk was ok, but there is things you can improve ;)

- I was confortable with nearly all the tools you talked about, but i'm thinking about thoses who are not. and i think they probably didn't learned anything usefull as they still dont know why SolR and not (MyIsam + fulltext) or why continuous integration over nothing etc... so maybe you should focus on less things and deeper ?
- You said that if someone do not like webservices, he can use Xapian because there is a pecl extension. Since not so long, there is as well a SolR pecl extension.

Anyway the good point is you are a good speaker so keep going, good luck for the next talks man. and i hope your wife recived some tweets like you said ;)

Rating: 3 of 5

06.Mar.2011 at 09:40 by Ronan Guilloux (33 comments)

Interesting php industrialization tips & common sense reminders.

Rating: 5 of 5

06.Mar.2011 at 22:28 by Chris Sedlmayr (45 comments)

Good one Stefan!
Nice to have talks covering less 'obvious' area.
Good to push people to look at other solutions.

Rating: 4 of 5

08.Mar.2011 at 13:31 by Pete Sisson (7 comments)

I found this talk helpful. Good to have a go-to list of recommended tools for a wide range of situations. A bit more detail on pros and cons of each would have been nice as some only got a very brief recommendation / non-recommendation with little justification (e.g. Redmine), but not sure where that would have left you for time.

Rating: 4 of 5

11.Mar.2011 at 23:14 by Jeremy Mikola (82 comments)

Delivery was very good, as was the selection of tools mentioned throughout the slides. At a few points, it felt like we were reading a "top ten X" blog post, as Stefan worked through the tools one by one. To combat that, I'd suggest: stories ("I had some problem and here's how I decided between using tools X, Y and Z to solve it"); slides comparing multiple tools at once (rather than enumerating through the tools).

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