Process any amounts of data. Any time

Juozas Kaziuk─Śnas (26.Jan.2013 at 11:40)
Talk at PHPBenelux Conference 2013 (English - US)

Rating: 4 of 5

Process any amounts of data. Any time

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Rating: 5 of 5

26.Jan.2013 at 12:57 by Stelian Mocanita (18 comments)

Good informative and fun talk. Would have loved to hear on how php interacts with big data containers / storage engines.

Rating: 4 of 5

26.Jan.2013 at 14:43 by Anonymous


Rating: 4 of 5

26.Jan.2013 at 14:44 by Nicolas De Letter (1 comments)

Interesting presentation. Especially the simple code demonstrations attracted my attention. The only downside was the subject not being elaborate enough to fill time.

Rating: 4 of 5

26.Jan.2013 at 16:32 by Jachim Coudenys (31 comments) via api

Good speaker. Beside the low contrast problem, this was a good talk with good examples.

Rating: 5 of 5

26.Jan.2013 at 20:06 by Tom Bevers (54 comments)

Great talk, simple but good code examples! Pay attention to the contrast of your titles next time.

Rating: 4 of 5

26.Jan.2013 at 22:09 by Wim Vandersmissen (75 comments)

Great talk, simple examples. Taking it a bit further would be neat though. ie. How would you go about importing lots of related information (preferrably with bi-directional links to make it more interesting :p)? How would you prevent circular references which would start hogging your system when processing large amounts of data?

Regarding the contrast issues mentioned before : all presenters had issues with that on saturday, so I guess it's more likely the projector wasn't that great.

Rating: 5 of 5

26.Jan.2013 at 22:21 by Robert Broen (37 comments)

Good talk with lean and clear examples. The presentaion reminds me to take large ammounts of data into account.

Never a dull moment. Calling everybody an idiot really gets their attention ;)

Rating: 4 of 5

27.Jan.2013 at 00:39 by Tom Van Looy (70 comments)

The slide titles were sometimes unreadable. Good speaker that brought us a lot of good protips.

Rating: 4 of 5

27.Jan.2013 at 09:48 by Nick de Groot (14 comments)

Great talk with nice examples. Next time only think about your color use on the slides. Some texts were unreadable.

Overall very fun and informative talk

Rating: 5 of 5

27.Jan.2013 at 12:48 by Annelies Van Extergem (9 comments)

Great talk, good examples, interesting topic, great speaker.
And just about everyone who presented in the Combell room had problems with the projector, so no minus point for that.

Rating: 5 of 5

27.Jan.2013 at 13:21 by Asa Fisk (2 comments)

Entertaining AND Useful. Get planking!

Rating: 5 of 5

27.Jan.2013 at 16:42 by Filip (16 comments)

A lot of stuff I didn't know. Interesting talk, clear examples and well brought!

The text on the slides wasn't very readable at times, but projectors are horrible ( despite the fact that they are useful )

Rating: 5 of 5

27.Jan.2013 at 17:29 by Anonymous

Entertaining and useful talk with some helpful tips that i can definitely use.

Rating: 4 of 5

27.Jan.2013 at 23:12 by Anonymous

Great talk, certainly some good tips. I think the talk would benefit from more depth, at times it felt like it was reaching for a "bigger" tone that perhaps wasn't the best for the whole subject matter. The slide contrast was certainly an issue. However, Joe's delivery was clean, he spoke well and knew his topic. A little more work and this could be a killer talk.

Rating: 5 of 5

28.Jan.2013 at 08:39 by Chris Ramakers (36 comments)

Good theoretical talk, lighthearted and informative with a few good practical tips.

Rating: 4 of 5

28.Jan.2013 at 09:43 by Daniel Kucharski (13 comments)

Good presentation with some good insights in big data processing. One side note: please talk a bit slower to bring more calmness into your presentation.

Rating: 4 of 5

28.Jan.2013 at 10:31 by Freek Lijten (65 comments)

Nice and broad overview of problems and solutions while working with big data

Rating: 4 of 5

28.Jan.2013 at 12:51 by Mattias Geniar (41 comments)

I enjoyed the talk, the clear code examples showed a good reference to before/after scenarios.

I'm sure you already know this, but you speak very quickly - it may be usefull to breath once in a while in between slides. :-)

I'd love to see a follow-up talk with more code examples and perhaps some benchmarking (file_get_contents() vs. fread() in memory/CPU consumption).

Rating: 4 of 5

28.Jan.2013 at 15:38 by Pieter Meyvaert (98 comments)

Great speaker, he knows what he is talking about.
Keep the humor! :)

Rating: 4 of 5

28.Jan.2013 at 15:38 by Pieter Meyvaert (98 comments)

Great speaker, he knows what he is talking about.
Keep the humor! :)

Rating: 4 of 5

28.Jan.2013 at 16:27 by Anonymous

We're all idiots, great talk indeed

Rating: 5 of 5

28.Jan.2013 at 17:27 by Christian Schorn (34 comments)


Rating: 4 of 5

28.Jan.2013 at 22:32 by Dennis Benkert (17 comments)

Really liked the exampled that covered things people use on a day to day basis without thinking about performance.

I would have loved to hear more details about PHP5.5's generators and dropping another example instead.

Rating: 5 of 5

29.Jan.2013 at 11:18 by Matthias Gutjahr (47 comments)

I really enjoyed this presentation. You started off with easy examples and got into more complex stuff later; you could have gone even further as to my taste. But now I finally understand what 'yield' is good for ;) So, even if we all somehow know most of the challenges you pointed out, still a good reminder what pitfalls to look out for.

Rating: 4 of 5

29.Jan.2013 at 11:42 by Willem-Jan Zijderveld (82 comments)

Nice talk, great speaker.
Nice hints on how simple things can make such a big difference.

Rating: 5 of 5

29.Jan.2013 at 20:34 by Sander Mangel (14 comments)

Great talk with comprehensive code examples. Really enjoyed it.

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