Modernisation of legacy PHP applications using Symfony2

Fabrice Bernhard (19.Mar.2013 at 14:00)
Talk at PHP North East Conference 2013 (English - UK)

Rating: 4 of 5

Modernisation of legacy PHP applications using Symfony2

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Rating: 4 of 5

19.Mar.2013 at 15:23 by g8J2I3Tt0yQ5TfcPFecDj (4 comments)

Well delivered. Clear, the occasional joke. Nice.

I really enjoyed the 'natural flow' to the structure - almost taking each aspect of the problem at a time and sharing your solutions. One. Step. At. A. Time - Just like the problem!

I really enjoyed that, I would say however it felt a bit 'commercial' and 'our services' towards the end. For me it slightly tainted what was an excellent talk.

Thank you.

Rating: 4 of 5

20.Mar.2013 at 11:41 by coldclimate (7 comments)

I attended this session by accident but picked up some really good stuff. Good to see people sharing info on how to tackle really tough projects like this.

Rating: 4 of 5

20.Mar.2013 at 11:41 by coldclimate (7 comments)

I attended this session by accident but picked up some really good stuff. Good to see people sharing info on how to tackle really tough projects like this.

Rating: 4 of 5

22.Mar.2013 at 09:08 by Bastian Hofmann (34 comments)

Very good session. I liked the way Fabrice incrementally described how to refactor an application and what the pitfalls are.

One thing: for my taste the slides contained too much text (too many bullet points) and too much branding, though that did not diminish the quality of the content at all.

Rating: 4 of 5

23.Mar.2013 at 13:49 by Toby G (27 comments)

Great, talk, Fabrice.

Great to have good points as to why not to do complete rewrites, & then stepped through the important things to consider when updating legacy code. Really useful information.

Rating: 4 of 5

25.Mar.2013 at 14:15 by Jon Park (11 comments)

Provided a nice, measured approach to the whole topic of progressive rewriting. I particularly liked the 'catch-all' as it wasn't something I had considered before.

It was a great introduction to the topic, setting the groundwork with enough left over for me to go away to figure out the details.

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