Jordi Boggiano (01.Jun.2011 at 11:15)
Talk at International PHP Conference 2011 Spring Edition (English - UK)
Slides: PHP Reset
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01.Jun.2011 at 14:14 by Volker Dusch (57 comments)
Great talk, lots of interesting points about the "new" php environment and many "in case of doubt do it like that" practices for creating open procjects that also make it a lot easier to understand the structe of the projects you can find on github.
For improving the presentation I'd suggest getting a presenter so you don't have to look away from the audience as often. Also it would allow you to point to specific lines of code much easier than trying to do so with your hands. The presentation its self wasn't as fluent as it could have been but all the points where made clear and understandable at a very nice pacing that kept me interested for the whole hour.
01.Jun.2011 at 15:45 by Ilia Alshanetsky (25 comments)
Good talk, may subjects/projects where highlighted. When talking about simpler curl interface, mention of pecl/http would be nice ;-)
01.Jun.2011 at 17:43 by Matthias Zitzmann (10 comments)
Great talk, I really like Jordi's kind to present and perform!
01.Jun.2011 at 21:34 by Peter (20 comments)
very interesting and well prepared.
nice presentation style.
02.Jun.2011 at 13:42 by Martijn riemersma (7 comments)
Thanx for the presentation. The composer stuff was really interesting. Also thanx for giving your opinion about Ruby.
02.Jun.2011 at 14:50 by Jörg Basedow (48 comments)
Very informative talk although the common thread wasn't obvious right away. It was more like stringing together the mentioning of some libraries.
It was some very useful stuff in there. I will definitely take a look at the Composer since dependency management is a hot topic in my company at the monent.
I'm also very enthusiastic about the way Symfony will change the way we will develop web apps very soon.
03.Jun.2011 at 10:54 by Roy Kaldung (24 comments)
Nice and informative talk.
08.Jun.2011 at 14:16 by Anonymous
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