Jordi Boggiano (17.May.2013 at 11:00, 1 hr )
Talk at phpDay 2013 (English - UK)
In-Depth with Composer
Track(s): Track 1
Slides: In-Depth with Composer
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17.May.2013 at 11:51 by Anonymous
17.May.2013 at 11:55 by Mathias Bynens (9 comments)
17.May.2013 at 11:56 by Kay stenschke (6 comments)
17.May.2013 at 12:05 by Filippo De Santis (44 comments)
Good talk about clarifying how composer works, Jordi's way :)
Even if you have already used composer, this talk would be a good one to attend.
17.May.2013 at 13:42 by Anonymous
Good talk with great content information
17.May.2013 at 13:50 by Ivan Habunek (32 comments)
Interesting and informative, covering some somewhat more advanced features and inner workings of composer. The talk was well organized and presented. Perhaps the speaker could have been a bit more enthusiastic. :)
17.May.2013 at 13:52 by Daniel Sjöberg (21 comments)
17.May.2013 at 14:02 by Wim Vandersmissen (75 comments)
Great talk, it could have been even better if you had given an example of how to fix dependency issues (because they will occur eventually). Learned some new little features as well (probably because I haven't read the docs recently :p). One minor note though : afaik you can actually update a single dependency (or just a few you wish to update), using composer update vendor/package (I got the impression you mentioned that that was not possible).
17.May.2013 at 14:02 by Fabian Erni (58 comments)
Good presentation. Interesting details about how composer works. More about satis would have been nice
17.May.2013 at 14:14 by Luka Kladaric (14 comments)
17.May.2013 at 14:34 by Fabio Mora (36 comments)
Great contents, clear presentation useful to understand composer.
17.May.2013 at 14:59 by Massimiliano Arione (69 comments)
nice talk, but talking itself needs to be a little more "active"
17.May.2013 at 15:38 by Giorgio Cefaro (35 comments)
18.May.2013 at 00:22 by Diego Drigani (48 comments)
18.May.2013 at 09:05 by Francesco Abeni (80 comments)
Topic interesting, slides are ok, the talking itself (pronunciation and intonation) could have been better.
18.May.2013 at 12:59 by Donato Rotunno (14 comments)
18.May.2013 at 14:05 by maxroby (27 comments)
Not very animated but interesting
18.May.2013 at 20:24 by think out the brain (3 comments)
Jordi is a genius, but I'd like to see more energy
19.May.2013 at 12:02 by Francesco Tassi (48 comments)
Good talk, a lot of useful tips about composer, I'd have liked to hear more about satis.
Perhaps the speech could have been a bit more thrilling
19.May.2013 at 14:46 by David Contavalli (46 comments)
19.May.2013 at 16:01 by Iacopo Papalini (27 comments)
20.May.2013 at 08:36 by Stefano Valle (21 comments)
20.May.2013 at 15:11 by Dusan Lukic (84 comments)
Before this talk I had the impression that not much can be said about Composer that most of the people don't know, since it's so popular. It seems that I was right, but Satis part was interesting to me.
20.May.2013 at 20:20 by Richard Tuin (86 comments)
Excellent talk, i liked the comprehensive (?) overview of composer features.
Well presented, pace and story were good. However, I know you're enthusiastic about composer and sharing this info, but I think this didn't show from your presentation/attitude during the presentation.
21.May.2013 at 00:19 by Luca Lancioni (26 comments)
21.May.2013 at 14:02 by Neven Falica (21 comments)
Won't mind a bit more enthusiastic presenter...
22.May.2013 at 09:29 by Francesco Sansone (11 comments)
27.May.2013 at 01:12 by Volker Dusch (57 comments)
"In-Depth" was really really _In-Depth_.
Good to see a talk deliver on that promise.
30.May.2013 at 13:24 by Ivan Đurđevac (57 comments)
Topic is great, but Jordi need to speak more clearly intonation need to be strongly. I think talk was too flat to keep audience alive.
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