David Buchmann

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Rating: 5 of 5 
(06.Mar.2011)
Symfony2 Debian Packager
having already used the tool (but nicely set up in the project by somebody else) it was interesting to hear the mechanics. i think this topic merits a longer talk sometimes, with more details about debian, and maybe considerations about redhat as well (any redhat fanboy wants to jump in on this?). the approach is very interesting and the information you passed over in just 10 minutes was just the right amount.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(06.Mar.2011)
There's a Rabbit on my Symfony - RabbitMQ and Symfony2 Integration
good talk and interesting topic. i hope to do a project sometimes that is complex enough to need such a solution.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(06.Mar.2011)
Speedy App: Frontend Performance Considerations
presentation style was really good, and i liked the slides (had a good laugh about the guy complaining on slideshare about the "font" you use :-) i think the level of depth for each of the topics was about right, more details would have meant less topics. you would get full points from me if you had not promised too much (about the second part with javascript). but @cygui actually pierre announced he won't have time for that right at the beginning, so you where warned.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(06.Mar.2011)
State of the Symfony2 CMF Project
thanks for the talk lukas. now i really hope we manage to make it actually happen. btw: the slides are at github https://github.com/symfony-cmf/symfony-cmf
Rating: 5 of 5 
(06.Mar.2011)
Introducing Assetic: Asset Management for PHP 5.3
a really awesome tool for bigger sites, and an excellent presentation. thank you!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(12.Oct.2011)
Doctrine and NoSQL
good informative introductionary talk. thanks for mentioning phpcr :-) we should one of these days discuss if you can add some slides for phpcr, it has its own strong points different from mongo and couch.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(12.Oct.2011)
Designing HTTP Interfaces and RESTful Web Services
well explained, thanks a lot for making the difference between http api and real REST.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(12.Oct.2011)
Scalable high-performance Architectures
a good talk, although i feel it was staying a bit too general for my taste. but excellent for beginners, or for not-so-technical management people.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(12.Oct.2011)
Reguläre Ausdrücke von [A-Z]+
eine prima einführung, aber ich hatte bei dem titel [A-Z] mehr details und fortgeschrittene sachen erwartet, der talk war wohl eher [A-F] da ich die basics schon gut kenne war leider wenig neues für mich dabei.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(12.Oct.2011)
Doctrine 2: Next Generation ORM
good talk, thank you benjamin
Rating: 4 of 5 
(19.May.2012)
What they didn't tell you about object-oriented programming in PHP
really important subject and well founded arguments for oop. i disagree that this talk was for beginners. when you do some sort of oop, it makes a lot of sense to challenge again how you do it and if you do things "right". the title was a bit misleading, evocing the wrong expectations for me. i would have liked some discussion of the limits, performance gotchas or such - the presenter proposed oop in a very absolute way.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(19.May.2012)
Mastering PHP Data Structure 102
very interesting and you could feel that the speaker really knows what he is talking about. a bit more context of when to optimize and how to spot bottlenecks woul have rounded it up.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(19.May.2012)
PHP Extensions, why and what?
interesting talk and as somebody who has never written a php extension i got an impression of what it means. the talk structure was not overly clear to me.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(19.May.2012)
PHPCR - PHP Content Repository Specification
enthusiastic talk on a very interesting topic. i didn't mind staying a bit longer :-)
Rating: 5 of 5 
(19.May.2012)
Symfony CMF
very interesting project and a good reasoning why this is needed at all. a bit more demo would have been nice.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(19.May.2012)
PHP in 2012
interesting and entertaining talk with a good overview of whats new for people like me who are to lazy to read release notes
Rating: 4 of 5 
(19.May.2012)
Best Practice in API Design
very good presentation style and a relevant topic. a tad more practical examples could have made it more understandable for those not too familiar with the topic.
Rating: 0 of 5 
(19.May.2012)
Step By Step: Making a website fly with Assetic, Varnish and ESI
glad you found the talk interesting. i did not make the schedule - but then somebody has to talk in the afternoon. standing in front i had the impression people where listening ;-)
Rating: 5 of 5 
(21.May.2012)
Taking it to the next level
thanks, enjoyed the talk
Rating: 4 of 5 
(21.May.2012)
Building a self-sufficient team
interesting and very open talk about how your teams organise. thanks a lot! i think the presentation could have been a bit more stringent and clear.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(21.May.2012)
Dependency Management with Composer
very important topic and a good introduction by the author of composer himself. try to be less distracted by technical hassles :-)
Rating: 0 of 5 
(21.May.2012)
Step By Step: Making a website fly with Assetic, Varnish and ESI
@Miro: i would love to improve this talk, can you please tell me why you did not like it? just a bad rating does not help me do it better next time... @Mauro, Edoardo: be aware that i only did the SpritesBundle. the Sprites library it is using is done by pierre minnieur, don't want to steal his credit ;-)
Rating: 0 of 5 
(07.Jun.2012)
Dynamic Routing
thanks. if you liked it, don't miss the talk by lukas about the symfony cmf tomorrow: http://joind.in/talk/view/6581 - i just talked about this one aspect
Rating: 3 of 5 
(07.Jun.2012)
What do I get from the full stack framework?
interesting topic and very good arguments. i was not there from the beginning, but i got the message after a few minutes of listening to the talk: symfony bundles help you use libraries more efficiently because the configuration is boiled down to what you actually want to configure. but from then on i felt like you where repeating the message over and over. i would have loved more of the very good examples you had instead.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(07.Jun.2012)
Security: In Real Life
really liked this presentation. loved to get an introduction on the concepts, i was missing the big picture until now. and the examples are really helpful. will you make them available along with the slides somewhere?
Rating: 4 of 5 
(07.Jun.2012)
Designing REST API with Silex
interesting talk and nice real world example of silex, really liked it. for a lightning talk you went into too many details of explaining silex in general i think - you could try to focus more on the concrete examples.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(08.Jun.2012)
Advanced Service Container Utilization
very well explained all the details, telling when to use what (and when not to if you can avoid it). enjoyed it
Rating: 5 of 5 
(08.Jun.2012)
Symfony2 meets Drupal 8
great talk. this makes me hopeful for the future of php: finally really sharing code and talking between projects.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(08.Jun.2012)
Symfony2 CMF
cool project, thanks for the demo-oriented talk
Rating: 5 of 5 
(30.Nov.2012)
Déploiement continu d'applications PHP avec Capistrano
j'ai juste commencé d'utiliser capistrano et capiphony et cette conference m'a beaucoup aidé à mieux comprendre ce que je fais. excellente présentation: bien et claire, assez concrete mais quand même aussi des informations pour comprendre les principes.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(30.Nov.2012)
Ciel ! Mes données ne sont plus relationnelles
j'ai apprécié comme survol et classification de qu'est-ce qui existe. j'aurais aimé des exmples plus concréte des cas d'utilisation, et aussi des petits morceaux de code pour voir si les differents bases sont convenient à utiliser ou pas.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(30.Nov.2012)
Interopérabilité : réutilisabilité du code au sein d'un contexte multi-technos
interessantes idées bien dans la pratique.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(30.Nov.2012)
Quand eZPublish 5 rencontre Symfony2...
un interessante sujet, j'aurais bien aimé plus des détails d'implementation ez 5 concrête au lieux du histoire et du bashing ez 4 (c'est vieux, c'est claire que c'est moche...)
Rating: 4 of 5 
(30.Nov.2012)
Aspect Oriented Programming on PHP
présentation trés claire et bien fait pour comprendre le fonctionnement. j'ai des doutes sur le principe du aop, on pourrait peut⁻être mieux adresser la question du lisibilité du code et la sécurité.
Rating: 2 of 5 
(30.Nov.2012)
Les revues de code ou comment faire fructifier son capital humain
une interessante idée bien expliqué. mais je crois pas que c'est realiste, et même pas idéal de faire des efforts si important pour tout code - un pair review suffit souvent et est plus légère. une séance de review comme expliqué dans la conference sert plus à former tout le monde en qualité qu'à faire de quality assurance. et puis, beaucoup trop de focus sur les aspets mésurer les efforts et success et je ne sais pas qoui.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(30.Nov.2012)
Zend Framework 2 Quick Start
excellent presentation by the designer himself, who is not loosing himself in details that are important to him, but manages to show the key features. would have loved to see more of the xml/yml configuration pieces as php/arrays felt a bit bloated to me.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(30.Nov.2012)
Lightning talks
bonne idée de faire et une majeurité des présentations était bonne. on pourrait se passer des slides sexistes par contre.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(26.Jan.2013)
PHP Annotations: They exist!
great overview of what you can do with annotations. liked that you look at different implementations and options but then pick one to explain in detail.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(26.Jan.2013)
Allowed memory size of X bytes exhausted
interesting stuff. glad i studied computer science, otherwise would have been hard to follow. to my taste it could have been more clearly structured, had sometimes problems following.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(26.Jan.2013)
Password Storage (And Hacking) in PHP
loved the talk, really good overview and the right amount of details you need to know what you do whithout flooding me with cryptographic mathematics that i would not understand anyways. also loved the "reality check" approach saying you should not try to do too much.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(26.Jan.2013)
“Small Data” Machine Learning
what a way to wake up in the morning :-) a rather mathy talk, would have loved to see a bit more code but then the formula is probably easier to understand than a bit of php code that implements it.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(26.Jan.2013)
Practical Design Patterns in PHP
really beginner level but well done talk.
Rating: 0 of 5 
(26.Jan.2013)
Symfony Content Management Framework
yeah indeed from this feedback i think next time i will show more code again. the problem though is that once i start with that its difficult to find the right level of detail. in a PHPCR or PHPCR-ODM talk showing code is simple. but for a CMF talk its really difficult, as mainly in the end users of the cmf will write glue code or small customizations. or then we would really need to get into the details of for example routing, but in 90% of the cases people will probably not need that level of detail to use it and start to think the cmf is very complicated to use in a project. but sure, i will give this some thought and see what could be done. btw, the PHPCR-ODM slides at http://phpcr.github.com/slides-odm.html have a lot of code samples, as have the PHPCR slides: http://phpcr.github.com/slides.html
Rating: 5 of 5 
(28.Jan.2013)
Break
not sure why we can rate this break, but its a good place to say that i really loved that there was enough time between the talks to socialize and meet people and discuss things. for me it was the perfect density of talks, most conferences try to squeeze in too many.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(28.Jan.2013)
Raffles & Closing
totally loved the stressball fight :-) and great to see there are that many conferences coming up, both northern europe and around the world. agree with freek lijten about the raffle. maybe people should get a two-part lottery ticket and be asked to drop one half of it into an urn at the entrance, to make reasonably sure the drawn tickets actually are in the audience. (would also help shuffle them...)
Rating: 5 of 5 
(10.Feb.2013)
PHPUnit Best Practices
i enjoyed the talk, was interesting to hear how phpunit came to be what it is today
Rating: 5 of 5 
(10.Feb.2013)
Twig Tips and Tricks
a really excellent talk. i would put the word "Advanced" somewhere into the title to avoid confusion. i think the talk is too much for somebody who just started with twig and hoped to better understand how twig works and learn some dos and don'ts. but for me personally this talk was great, i have quite some experience with twig but a lot of the things you showed i never have seen that consise or did not know about them.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(10.Feb.2013)
Building OpenSky with Symfony2
great talk, there should be more talks like this!
Rating: 4 of 5 
(10.Feb.2013)
From POX to HATEOAS, Our Company's Journey to Build a Hypermedia API
interesting talk, and thanks for being not another REST intro talk but showing how you solved the actual problem. i was a bit lost as to how you expect this api to be used (client parsing and writing raw json versus having a client library that wraps this into objects...). some more concrete examples of why you took this or that design decision would have been interesting to see.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(10.Feb.2013)
Dream, Experiment, Create, and Share
i expected something more in the blabla line from the title. thus the talk went far above my expectations, really a good thing you took two steps back and looked at what we do and whats in the world
Rating: 5 of 5 
(10.Feb.2013)
Handling Forms Like a Ninja with Symfony2
great talk to learn not so much the how (which you can read in the doc and tutorials) but the why of forms. the title made me expect you would make *us* ninjas with forms :-) i would have loved to see some of the more advanced things like data transformers and on the other hand, i guess less experienced people would have profited from some simple introductionary examples. (so, try to make it more clear in the title if its for advanced form users or for beginners) the introduction about austria was absolutely hilarious, really loved it. it was rather on the long side for an intro though. we should have had lightning talks, would have been perfect for that.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(10.Feb.2013)
Lightning Talk
a lightning talk about lightnings. really loved it!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(10.Feb.2013)
How Kris Writes Symfony Apps
very interesting talk to see the whys and hows of an expert. complements the overview talks about a specific tool very well with real world examples that would otherwise drop out as they don't exactly fit to one tool.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(06.Apr.2013)
Voyage dans les entrailles du Container D'injection de Dépendances
vraiment bonne présentation, merci beaucoup. comme toujours avec ce type de presentation, c'est difficile à gérér le "expectation management" correctement.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(06.Apr.2013)
Bien comprendre le coeur du Composant de Sécurité
super présentation. j'ai vraiment aimé l'idée de montrer les concepts avec du code simplifié, et la presentation avec le repository git avec des pull request. j'ai juste pris ton idée des pull requests pour ma documentation sur l'optimisation du front-end: https://github.com/dbu/symfony-speed/
Rating: 0 of 5 
(26.Nov.2013)
Symfony2 CMF - la gestion de contenu bas-niveau
C'est toujours une décision difficile, entre expliquer les concepts et idées et montrer du code pratique. Je vais faire une session beaucoup plus appliqué lors du symfonycon à varsowie, et je vais publier le repo et les slides bien sur. Désolé pour les problèmes techniques avec la salle - je vous prie de dire aux organisateurs plutôt que à moi, je ne peux pas changer ça. @matthieu: vous trouvez plus des infos sur PHPCR à http://phpcr.github.io/ et sur PHPCR-ODM à http://docs.doctrine-project.org/projects/doctrine-phpcr-odm/en/latest/
Rating: 4 of 5 
(12.Dec.2013)
Diving deep into Twig
Good talk, gave a good understanding of how twig compiling works. Wish i had seen that before doing my first custom token parser :-) I think you could streamline a bit more by leaving out the operator precedence discussion. It did not really matter to the understanding the compiler i think, and there was no example needing people to understand those details.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(15.Dec.2013)
Decouple your application with (Domain-)Events
great talk, and i think it was right to first really explain what the problem is. liked the point of the first part (if i got that right) that we should not overengineer things and do the simple thing if it is good enough for the situation.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(15.Dec.2013)
Build Awesome REST APIs With Symfony2
well done!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(15.Dec.2013)
Async PHP with React
i am still unsure whether it is sane to do this, or if people should just use java or something like erlang when building such a system. but the presentation was really good, got an idea of what is currently possible and where the limits are.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(15.Dec.2013)
Drop ACE, use voters
good talk, and great you got through the presentation despite the technical problems taking away from your presentation time. the ACE get a lot worse when you have something like sonata admin showing you a whole list of entities - we went up to a couple of 1000 sql queries for a page. there are tricks to preload the aces to make things more efficient - some receipies how to cope with ACE when you can't avoid them would be a great addition to the presentation.
Rating: 0 of 5 
(06.Jan.2014)
Symfony2 CMF - la gestion de contenu bas-niveau
merci denis. sinon, j'ai maitenant fait un tutoriel que j'ai presenté à la symfony con à warsowie. la on a fait des enregistrements. les videos devraient apparaitre bientôt chez sensio. le repository est aussi en ligne: https://github.com/dbu/conference-tutorial/pulls
Rating: 0 of 5 
(26.Jan.2014)
Getting started with content management in Symfony2
I just added the link to the tutorial repository that i used. Look at the Pull Requests in there. Thanks for the feedback. I think a next time i will try to alternate more between showing and actual coding, but indeed 3 hours is not that much to do both coding and get far with showing things.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(26.Jan.2014)
Vagrant for PHP Developers
Really enjoyed the talk, I think it was well organized and presented. I already use vagrant, but more as a consumer, so hearing about the different provisioners was exactly what i hoped to get of this talk. Indeed, had i known nothing of Vagrant, i would have missed the motivation point at the beginning, the "why should i care?" question. Then again, somebody could have asked that question at the end, there was enough time for it.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(26.Jan.2014)
The NoSQL Store everyone ignores: PostgreSQL
Reading the previous comments, i think the talk was not that bad actually. A bit on the dry side, and missing some insight about performance and other real world applicability. But i would have spent a LOT more time than that talk to figure all this out just from the postgres manual. The talk achieved explain the context and compared the different options and told what is possible and what not.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(26.Jan.2014)
Ansible: Orchestrate your Infrastructure
A good introduction to ansible, a tool i only had heard the name of, before this conference. I appreciated being shown some "real" configuration files and how they are organized - but actually running the commands was not that interesting. Instead, i would have loved to see a custom extension in PHP, this kind of stayed with the claim that its pretty easy without proving it.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(26.Jan.2014)
Hacking with HHVM
A really excellently delivered talk! Very informative and entertaining at the same time. Some of the stuff is really interesting, especially the performance and trying to improve the "official" PHP along. Less sure about HACK (why not go for real Java?) and really not convinced by XHP. But because of the idea, not because of how it was presented.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(16.May.2014)
Symfony2 and AngularJS
A good inspriation and interesting ideas. I would have loved to see the actual solutions in a bit more detail. Some code examples had too much code on them (the twig template for example - examples should focus on the relevant bit)
Rating: 2 of 5 
(18.May.2014)
RESTful API development in Laravel 4
I was happy to see an introduction to this framework that everybody seems to be talking about. But the demo did not go deep enough for me, only explaining trivial cases that are easy with every usable framework. I would have loved some examples for how to solve more complicated problems, and how test them. As somebody not knowing Laravel, i would also have liked to be explained the philosophy behind the framework more precisely.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(18.May.2014)
Docker
Really good presentation! The right mix of wow is this cool and actual facts. And telling me all the things i want to know: Why should I care? How does it work? Where to go from here? If i have one point you could improve, that would be to be more enthusiastic about how cool docker is.
Rating: 0 of 5 
(21.May.2014)
Content Management with Symfony2
thanks for the feedback. @massimiliano: will see what i can do. but with the fixtures that load data, you can basically do tests just as with any symfony project: http://symfony.com/doc/current/book/testing.html - so indeed it would be easy to also demo that.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(13.Sep.2014)
The API Toolbox
enjoyed the talk, showing how to use handy little tools to simplify developer life.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(13.Sep.2014)
Dependency Injection, Dependency Inversion, and You
Great talk, explaining the concept of DI in a framework agnostic way. Being really an introduction to the concept, i think some things that seem obvious for people used to DI should be explicitly explained. (Testing, delaying instantiation of objects to when they are actually needed.)
Rating: 4 of 5 
(13.Sep.2014)
Rapid Application Development With Symfony2
The talk was OK, but i think it failed at expectation management. It falls kind of in the middle between an introduction to symfony (not introducing it enough to understand as somebody not familiar with it at all) and an advanced talk on RAD specifically (missing concrete examples of how to do things, maybe an example application to follow along and see how the RAD plays out there, rather than naming the main bundles that people familiar with symfony should already know)
Rating: 5 of 5 
(13.Sep.2014)
Functional PHP
Really loved the combination of theoretical principles with examples from real world things done in PHP!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(13.Sep.2014)
Reframing The Problem
Excellent keynote, reminding us what we are actually doing when developing. Well delivered with a good fun factor without being just a clown show (sic) with no content.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(04.Nov.2014)
Leadership in der Softwareentwicklung
Wichtiges Thema für alle Entwickler denen es nicht egal ist, in welchem Umfeld sie arbeiten. Der Talk kam gut rüber. Persönlich empfand ich einen Durchhänger zwischen dem sehr amüsanten ersten Teil und dem sehr interessanten und ernsthafteren zweiten Teil.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(04.Nov.2014)
Symfony2 Plugin für PhpStorm
Erstmal: Unglaublich, was für tolle Plugins du da geschaffen hast, und ganz vielen Dank dafür dass du uns die einfach so zur Verfügung stellst! Als Präsentation war dieser Vortrag aber schwierig. Etwas Hintergrund und Einblick hinter die Kulissen von PHPStorm ist ja interessant, aber da solltest du besser ein paar besonders schöne Beispiele herauspicken. Der Rest ist es eine Frage des Erwartungsmanagement. Ich habe erwartet, mehr darüber zu erfahren, was das Plugin alles bringt, möglicherweise ein paar Tricks mit PHPStorm zu lernen. Ein Vortrag wie man eigene Plugins für PHPStorm schreibt wäre auch ein angebot, müsste aber klar als das angeschrieben sein. Und dann wohl wieder konkreter sein, wo man denn was machen kann. Aber: Lass dich nicht entmutigen!
Rating: 3 of 5 
(04.Nov.2014)
E-Commerce in schnell mit Symfony2 und Elasticsearch
Das Thema ist interessant. Der Talk war für mich zu sehr der Projektrückblick bei der Go-Live Party. Für eine Konferenz hätte ich mir mehr technische Details erhofft. Vielleicht lieber ein paar interessante Fälle herauspicken: Um von den hunderten auf 35 Tabellen zu kommen, was für Tabellen habt ihr zusammen fassen können, habt ihr spezielle Techniken verwendet dafür? Gibt es besonders clevere Konstrukte oder Queries in Elasticsearch die ihr genutzt habt?
Rating: 5 of 5 
(04.Nov.2014)
Einführung in REST mit Symfony2
Prima Talk mit gutem mix aus theoretischen Grundlagen und praktischer Umsetzbarkeit.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(04.Nov.2014)
Dockerizing Symfony applications
Hervorragender Talk mit praktischen Rezepten und spricht auch Limiten und Probleme von Docker an.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(04.Nov.2014)
Keynote
A lot of passion, and good motivational talk. I felt it drag on in a few places (sorry, hard to name specific slides or such).
Rating: 5 of 5 
(04.Nov.2014)
The Twelve-Factor App
Ich hatte ein Spektakel wie beim REST talk von David erwartet. Das wars nicht, dafür sehr interessant und gut vorgetragen.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(28.Jan.2015)
Social Event
I enjoyed it.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(28.Jan.2015)
Abstract Filesystems, with Flysystems
Good talk. Another comparison with existing solutions could have been system level filesystem integration for linux server, like s3fs with the fuse system.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(28.Jan.2015)
Low-Level PHP, Getting Things done with Go
I enjoyed the talk - after having heard of Go a couple of times and then being really not excited when looking at how low-level it is (no OO...) this talk made me actually want to try it. I agree with comments proposing to use an even simpler example (although i see the value of a real example versus a contrieved one). The title was creating a wrong expectation for me too, even though you explained the analogy with PHP 4. Just call it something like "Small and efficient tools with Go" :-)
Rating: 5 of 5 
(28.Jan.2015)
Social Event
Rating: 5 of 5 
(28.Jan.2015)
High Performance PHP
great talk delivered in an excellent way, thanks a lot! only point that might be improved: i was a rather mislead by only having seen the title on the schedule and not reading the abstract. maybe think about the title again, high performance is very generic.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(28.Jan.2015)
Creating your own Entity/Object Manager
Interesting talk, I enjoyed it. Lets see where https://github.com/Ocramius/ChangeSet is going - maybe one day you can build that talk on top of existing components for most of the features! The way you present the talk has some room for improvement: Be more structured and clear what you talk about, reduce the code on the slides.
Rating: 0 of 5 
(28.Jan.2015)
Avoiding migration migraine with Doctrine
A good subject and you did very well for your first talk. Keep it up and do more talks! Some room for improvement: I was expecting you would talk about data definition migration, not about transforming actual data. In the end, i think labling this talk as "Doctrine Migration" is putting the wrong focus. It was much more a talk about refactoring a legacy database. Doctrine Migrations was merely a tool to that, but there is not that much to say about it. Try to structure the talk around migrating a legacy database: Explain some database design principles (there is also theory for normalization levels which could be mentioned and used to structure that part a bit more) and then be more specific on the data cleanup steps, with concrete examples. Explain how you in the end did the incremental migrations, ... Database refactoring is an interesting topic and you have interesting insights and hands-on tips on that.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(15.Apr.2015)
[lightning talk] Symfony et Sonata Project chez Canal+
Bonne présentation des capabilités sonata
Rating: 5 of 5 
(06.Jul.2015)
Implement Single Sign On easily with Symfony
Really good talk, explained this subject that i never really understood in a clear and simple way! The SSO in the title was kind of creating wrong expectations, but i was actually more interested in the authentication process than in SSO specifically.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(06.Jul.2015)
Ada Lovelace; The First Programmer
this talk was delivered in a really great way: made assembler and mathematics sound like fun! managed to keep me fully interested after three days of conference. only gripe i have is that i was expecting to hear a bit more about Ada Lovelace herself, or on the topic of women in IT.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(06.Jul.2015)
HTTP is Dead. Long Live HTTP/2!
Good talk on an interesting subject. As others, i would have loved more focus on HTTP/2. The analysis of changes to HTTP/1.1 that happened after RFC 2616 would better sit in a blog post that you can refer people interested in it to. It was not really interesting to hear about every one of them - but i will certainly refer to that summary to check whether FOSHttpCacheBundle is up to date with 723x.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(06.Jul.2015)
Revisited: The Webstack in 2015
This talk is really for beginners who did not much look at servers. I was expecting more details, maybe some numbers or other analysis to have more "meat" to this talk. The 2015 in the title made me think it would be a bit more bleeding edge. The technologies where well explained but have all been in use for a couple of years. "A modern web stack" would fit better as a title.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(07.Jul.2015)
Content Security Policy - The end of Cross Site Scripting?
A really interesting topic that i never properly looked into. After the talk i now have a clear idea what CSP is about and how to go about using it when i need to. Exactly what i expect from a talk at a conference: Explaining the why and the context, not just reading the specification.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(26.Sep.2015)
Community enabling community
Great inspiring talk!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(26.Sep.2015)
How to get ready for PHP 7
loved the approach of starting with what issues you might encounter when upgrade but also tell why its important (security) and cool (new features) to upgrade.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(26.Sep.2015)
News From the Front Lines - an update on Front-End Tech
Some interesting topics, a really broad overview. But i think it was too broad, given that HTML5 has been around for quite a while now. Focusing on fewer topics and going more into depth would be more interesting.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(26.Sep.2015)
Code Architecture With WordPress
Interesting talk, we should have more such talks that compare ideas on this level! Things to improve: I would have loved to get some more insight into architectural details, at the cost of less Wordpress implementation details.
Rating: 0 of 5 
(29.Sep.2015)
Going crazy with caching: Caching pages of logged in users
Thanks for all the feedback. Seems I really need to work on my style of presenting.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(03.Dec.2015)
40 ms: How HSNG delivers personalized e-commerce with Symfony and Magento in the blink of an eye
I expected more on how API platform works but the talk was interesting. I liked the higher level view on how you solved things with caching and ESI and all that. I would have loved a bit more details on that (not necessarily code, but implementation details like how you in the end assemble content with nested ESI and the costs of it)
Rating: 4 of 5 
(28.Jan.2017)
Caching the right way, increase your application performance and validate it with profiling
i liked having real world examples and see how cache tagging is a similar problem on very different layers of an application. the talk can be improved by adding a bit of conceptual theory and explaining the terminology.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(28.Jan.2017)
Beyond patterns & principles - writing good OO code
Good presentation of a topic that can become very theoretic. I felt that the real-world check if the concepts lead to over engineering was too implicit. I would love to see more input on how to apply the concepts to real things, and when to follow these principles.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(28.Jan.2017)
He's not the Messiah, he's a very naughty programmer!
i enjoyed this, impressive how most of the clips fit exactly to software dev scenarios
Rating: 5 of 5 
(28.Jan.2017)
Using Open Source for Fun and Profit
very personal and inspiring, thanks!
Rating: 3 of 5 
(28.Jan.2017)
Functional structures in PHP
as odd as it sounds, i think this talk needs more theory for people not familiar with functional programming. at the same time, a real world example would be good, as motivation why functional programming is relevant
Rating: 4 of 5 
(29.Jan.2017)
Kafka will get the message across, guaranteed.
It was a good talk to understand the principles of kafka and why its not simply a queue. I would have loved to see a comparison to other message brokers like rabbitmq, which seems extremly similar, just with different terminology.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(29.Jan.2017)
Caching with PSRs
very good introduction to the topic. i particularly appreciated the motivation of why this standard is relevant.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(29.Jan.2017)
Asynchronous processing with RabbitMQ
Excellent talk! The lessons learned section is very valuable - i experienced some of your gotchas myself, and will now have to look into my applications to see if i risk running into those gotchas that were new to me. I hope you can share your slides? A little bit of context of messaging could have been useful. What other tools exist, what is the reason to chose rabbitmq over others, or when to use something else?
Rating: 4 of 5 
(17.Nov.2017)
Auditing Symfony apps
I liked the talk, good overview what audits are about. The Symfony in the title was not represented unfortunately. Sounds like a good topic for a workshop to go deeper.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(27.Jan.2018)
Advanced debugging techniques
Really interesting deep dive into linux system debugging with an eye on PHP!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(27.Jan.2018)
The Science of Code Reviews
Very good talk and well presented. And respect for how you did not let the soundcheck in the background distract you.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(27.Jan.2018)
Aiming for Autonomous Services
Good talk. I would have loved to see some concrete examples to flesh it out more - there would have been time for more content.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(27.Jan.2018)
Tales from the wrong end
Well presented and interesting story, and i liked the first-person perspective during the talk. Only complaint i have is that it felt a bit disconnected between the security breach topic and then the reflections on maintaining an OSS project. But both parts very really interesting.
Rating: 0 of 5 
(27.Jan.2018)
Debugging PHP Applications
Thanks for the kind feedback so far. I have to admit, i was surprised by the ways the vagrant setup managed to fail. (Not being able to install at all would have been less surprising.) I think next time, I will just tell to have a PHP 7 with web server and MySQL set up, seems like the vagrant box made things harder instead of easier.

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