Miro Svrtan

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Rating: 3 of 5 
(20.May.2012)
Developing PHP in the Cloud
OK talk
Rating: 1 of 5 
(20.May.2012)
What they didn't tell you about object-oriented programming in PHP
Tagged as intermediate instead of beginers, description misleading
Rating: 4 of 5 
(20.May.2012)
Mastering PHP Data Structure 102
Good talk showing us what we all dont have time to investigate/discover ..
Rating: 4 of 5 
(20.May.2012)
Security at scale: Web application security in a continuous deployment environment
Great speaker with a very interesting perspective on what we developers dont think enough (at least me :)
Rating: 5 of 5 
(20.May.2012)
Taking it to the next level
Epic. So humorous but inspiring!
Rating: 4 of 5 
(20.May.2012)
Getting Started with Static Analysis using HipHop for PHP
Very good session, would like to see Vmware or VirtualBox image where we can easily test this without all the hassle menitioned in the lecture
Rating: 4 of 5 
(20.May.2012)
Designing HTTP Interfaces and RESTful Web Services
Great talk and very usefull info! Would like to see panel with Lorna on this subject since there were few totally opposing views on the same suggestions
Rating: 5 of 5 
(20.May.2012)
Best Practice in API Design
Great speaker with great content. Would like to see panel with David Zuelke on this subject since there were few totally opposing views on the same suggestions
Rating: 4 of 5 
(20.May.2012)
Scaling Communication with Continuous Integration
great talk! Anthropology part is a little bit misleading :) .. I wasnt sure if she is developer or not :)
Rating: 4 of 5 
(20.May.2012)
An introduction to Phing the PHP build system
Good introduction into Phing P.S. speaker should think about preparing Phing & unit tests for the code runned in the session so he would be sure that examples would work :)
Rating: 5 of 5 
(20.May.2012)
PHP in 2012
Rasmus... nothing more should be said :)
Rating: 5 of 5 
(16.May.2014)
Coding and Dreaming - PHP in 2014
Great keynote!
Rating: 4 of 5 
(16.May.2014)
Symfony2 and AngularJS
Very good coverage of how to connect Sf2 with angular, very hands on + talking from expirience. Great considering it was speakers first talk in English!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(16.May.2014)
Practical Event Sourcing
Great talk, very nice to see people are using DDD in PHP world!
Rating: 4 of 5 
(16.May.2014)
Ansible: Orchestrate your Infrastructure
Very cool introduction to using ansible!
Rating: 4 of 5 
(16.May.2014)
Emergent Design with PhpSpec
Passionate while funny and informative. Thumbs up!
Rating: 3 of 5 
(15.Jan.2015)
Scale Redis vertically and horizontally
Very interesting talk about Redis cluster. As a community organizer I'm always happy to have our young generation in front of us! Unfortunately Marijan hasn't prepared well, as not a native English speaker nervousness was really visible at some moments. I already saw him talk before (in much larger crowds too) I know he can do better and that is the only reason I'm giving 3* ...
Rating: 4 of 5 
(15.Jan.2015)
Scrum - Agile development on web php project
Very good talk about first hand scrum experience. As it was meant as shorter talk I would suggest few slides anyhow for next time. Great Q&A!
Rating: 4 of 5 
(15.Jan.2015)
Mind maps in development
Though I expected mindmap related talk to go totally different way, idea to use mindmaps on project structure just blew me away!
Rating: 0 of 5 
(15.Jan.2015)
Upgrading to PHP 5.6
First hand experience of pushing PHP 5.6 (from 5.3) to production from a devops guy (not PHP dev), with really crazy ideas on how to test things are working with approach to create minimal amount of problems on production. This talk was a last minute substitute so I understand speaker didn't have enough time to prepare perfectly (but it was really good anyway )
Rating: 4 of 5 
(19.Feb.2015)
Go
Very good talk, incorporated the idea of supplementing PHP for all of those non-web tasks. Hopefully Matej will now be less affraid of English to speak more often (he had really interesting subjects up to now)! One small suggestion: bit less text on the slides and break those long bullet point lists into multiple slides (or remove some of them).
Rating: 4 of 5 
(19.Feb.2015)
Upgrade to 5.6 from developers keyboard
Really good talk in general. Surprisingly,a noob speaker (especially doing it in English) with lot of confidence and no visible nervousness or stage fright. Good overview of how they moved from 5.3 to 5.6, covering why and how they did it and why should we all migrate to 5.6. While it became obvious after Q&A that there is no major code changing/overhauling needed it would be really great to put it into the presentation itself.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(26.Mar.2015)
Luke, I’m your father
It's always nice to hear a real life driven talk on a tech meetup, especially one on how to organize noobs and motivate seniors. Of course, StarWars references are a bonus kick :) IMO would like to see more details and stories each of the points made. It was visible that Slaven has a bit of a problem with speaking in English but that's just practice...
Rating: 3 of 5 
(26.Mar.2015)
SaltStack
I'm a fan of provisioning tools (Ansible tough) and was really eager to see how SaltStack handles the same job. Marin was a bit nervous at times (speaking in English for non native speakers is always hard) but it can be improved upon. Talk was prepared a bit in the middle, too techy for PHPDevs and not enough techy for Devops crew so it would be a good thing to focus it more towards one of the groups
Rating: 5 of 5 
(14.May.2015)
Breaking out of the endless callback loop
Awesome keynote! I really liked that Christian while employed in the browser company has been very objective on the status of the environment and not pushing corporate sales BS. Not something you see very often ...
Rating: 4 of 5 
(14.May.2015)
REAL JavaScript games outside your computer.
It's amazing how he incorporated idea of 3d printing board game figures into JS conference talk .. and it was actually related! I cant be 100% objective since I'm fan of Michal's presentation freestyle ... but he's been better
Rating: 2 of 5 
(14.May.2015)
The Fluid Architecture
Rating: 5 of 5 
(14.May.2015)
Implementing a real time BitTorrent file system in 25mins
Really good talk on implementing replicated file systems using NodeJS and FUSE... Interesting, with enough yet not to much live coding. Only suggestion is to modify the title in the future, bittorrent is misleading and confused some people (since it isnt p2p etc)
Rating: 4 of 5 
(14.May.2015)
Dancing with Robots
I liked the talk a lot. Very passionate speaker showing amazing amount of HW setups and what can be done... Unfortunately more than few demos didn't work (if I understood correctly his laptop died that morning)..
Rating: 3 of 5 
(14.May.2015)
So you want to learn javascript? an open letter to a future front end developer
It was more of a keynote than talk material. Not sure if the speaker wasnt prepared well or doesn't have much experience speaking in English because at times it was really hard to understand.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(14.May.2015)
Extreme Pixels
Rating: 4 of 5 
(14.May.2015)
Using Docker for Node.js Testing and Deployment
I really liked a talk up to the last sentence as an answer to a question from the public :"I dont know, but probably you should be able to run windows in docker container"
Rating: 2 of 5 
(14.May.2015)
JavaScript and Internet Controlled Hardware Prototyping
Expected/hoped for some live demos ... Talk was focused on payments (speaker works in a payment company) which wasnt really covered in the abstract and at the end I left with a feeling that it looked like 'sponsored talk' (company was a conf sponsor)
Rating: 2 of 5 
(14.May.2015)
FireFox OS for Dummies
From 'for dummies' talk I expected to cover much more of basics-> how stuff works and how to do stuff while this was much more abstract. More than few valid points done, some indepth things covered but speaker kept the audience in fear to ask/communicate anything with his aggressive attitude. I'm strongly opinionated person too but ranting outside of the subject is really unprofessional (if it was kept on the subject like Linus did to Nvidia few years ago I would give this talk additional 2 stars).
Rating: 4 of 5 
(14.May.2015)
Breaking the broken web
While topics were interesting and speaker was good, it was an end of 2nd day and I felt keynote was too long.. only reason for not giving 5* :(
Rating: 4 of 5 
(15.May.2015)
Yii2 what to be glad about
Good talk, answered lot of entry level questions, covered lot of ground and showed passion doing it.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(15.May.2015)
What to Expect When You're Expecting: PHP 7
Great talk, passionate speaker. Covered all of the PHP7 stuff (I didnt know that there are gonna be so many changes in).
Rating: 4 of 5 
(15.May.2015)
Pushing Boundaries: Zend Framework 3 and the Future
I really liked the talk announcing some of the changes with zf3 (usually devs hear what happened and not what is coming). My only suggestion would be to do some sf2 feature comparisons when speaking about whats coming. (To be completely honest, I had a feeling that mentioning sf2 was forbidden and I really hope I'm wrong)
Rating: 3 of 5 
(15.May.2015)
Sylius - E-Commerce framework for PHP
I have a feeling that there was a lot of content trying to be put in 1hour, sometimes putting too much effort on some details while missing a bigger picture (speaking about a detail instead of scenario that would explain it much better and cover few cases at once.Some slides were not easy to understand (those blocks in the middle saying content payment resource etc..).
Rating: 4 of 5 
(15.May.2015)
Going crazy with Varnish and Symfony
Really cool talk! I would suggest adding an image at the beginning explaining how ESI runs requests between browser, varnish and application (I know it,not sure how common is the knowledge ) Speaker was speaking a bit too slow for my taste.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(19.May.2015)
Hello, PSR-7.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(19.May.2015)
Writing Faster PHP with HHVM & Hack
As always, Davey rocks again!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(19.May.2015)
Doctrine ORM Good Practices and Tricks
Really good talk! Title is bit misleading, I was 5 minutes late and really didn't notice any Doctrine in the talk :)
Rating: 5 of 5 
(19.May.2015)
Behind the Scenes of Maintaining an Open Source Project
Really good keynote, giving us insides in to pros/cons of being maintainer on an open source project. Will try to appreciate more what OSS ppl do from now on and try to be as positive and helpful as possible. One small notice: Jordi, bit more passion would make it great keynote!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(31.Jan.2016)
Introduction to Event Sourcing and CQRS with Broadway
Great workshop, I wanted to know more about event sourcing and CQRS and this was a really great intro into it. If Beau or Willem-Jan are interested in doing a part II (going more into some details that they didnt have time to cover now) I would love to attend it.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(31.Jan.2016)
Down The Rabbit Hole​
School example of a great keynote talk. Overviewing where we are, where we can be and motivating us to move in that direction. Thank you Cal!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(31.Jan.2016)
“Writing code that lasts” … or writing code you won’t hate tomorrow.
Very interesting and insightful talk. I would like if Q&A was a bit longer so some of the questions could be answered in more detail to all of us.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(31.Jan.2016)
Five Weird Tricks to Become a Better Developer
Nothing but respect for Jordi. Burning out should probably be #1 in those tips and I applaude him for being brave enough to share some of the problems he had in the past on that subject.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(31.Jan.2016)
Using Circuit Breakers in PHP
I didn't know much about circuit breakers and I must say this is a brilliant idea. Would like to see this as a prepared talk, with some more implementation details once some of the beginner quirks are ironed out.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(31.Jan.2016)
Sandwiches/Beer/Social/Fries
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Rating: 4 of 5 
(31.Jan.2016)
A complex ORM... faster than SQL?
Very good talk. I unfortunately didnt have an opportunity to ask him later to be more clear on some L2 cache implementation details but will check out docs to see it (I'm not sure if #1) caches are entity or result based, #2) will find all active users repository use caches or SQL to get the results out)
Rating: 4 of 5 
(31.Jan.2016)
The Lost Art of Defensive Programming
Very insightful talk. Yes, there were moment I felt Jeremy was 'captain obvious' but there were more than few examples where I was thinking 'why the hell didn't I think of that?'. Tnx Jeremy!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(31.Jan.2016)
How I learned to stop worrying and love Regular Expressions
Talk about regex-es that is fun and learnable? Never saw it coming.... I'm sorry that there are no 6* here for rating.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(31.Jan.2016)
Composer the Right Way
Great talk for all of us composer users to learn some of the details about how composer works. Also a very good intro into some details on how to prepare our own packages for releasing...
Rating: 4 of 5 
(31.Jan.2016)
Extracting wisdom from stupidity
Nice one!
Rating: 4 of 5 
(31.Jan.2016)
Level up your team
Very good talk, giving us ideas on how to become not only better leaders and developers but talking from his own experience with concrete examples & implementations. I would like to see this list of ideas in a similar list way as Joel's test is -> http://www.joelonsoftware.com/articles/fog0000000043.html . This could be a great benchmark to show us were we are, where other are when we are looking for new developers or thinking of joining a team.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(23.Jun.2016)
Basic CQRS and Event Sourcing with Prooph
I'm trying to learn on other peoples experiences (good and bad ones) while trying out ES/CQRS on my own and really liked this workshop. I have few suggestions: 1) show best practices from the start (there were more than few occasions with comments 'Dont do it like this in prod' and doing it right really wouldnt take so much more time) 2) full day workshop. While this is really nice intro, it would bring a lot more value if we got a chance to dig bit deeper into it (especially to be able to get more info on prooph itself).
Rating: 5 of 5 
(23.Jun.2016)
Get started with Graph Databases and Neo4j
Great workshop, very engaging speaker. As someone who had 0 experience with graph databases, now I really wanna go home and test it out on my stuff.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(08.Oct.2016)
Machine Learning for the Rescue
Really nice introduction to machine learning
Rating: 5 of 5 
(09.Oct.2016)
Practical PHP Deployment with Jenkins
Really loved this talk & speakers way of presenting.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(09.Oct.2016)
Asynchronous Programming Fundamentals
Good intro into async programming with just enough code and theory! Really well balanced talk, speaker was really good in presenting too!
Rating: 4 of 5 
(09.Oct.2016)
Let's get fuzzy!
Really nice talk explaining usages, theory and possible solutions how to implement fuzzy searching. Speaker was visibly nervous in the beginning (found out it was his 1st talk so we can forgive him on that). I would love to see more examples in the talk, felt like algoria & ES have been only mentioned...
Rating: 4 of 5 
(30.Oct.2016)
Battling complexity
Really good talk, Radan spoke from experience and about how they have battled it. Cool mix of DDD, SOLID and other principles to help it out. Speaker had really good stage presence, very good english and was very passionate on the topic.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(30.Oct.2016)
The Code Manifesto: Empowering our community
Very good talk on the issues, something that will hopefully open up some eyes in out small community and make us better people & colleagues. With the broken presentation font (due to keynote2pdf exporting) it was visible that it bothered Graham too and that smoothness and the flow possibly suffered from it :( . I know it's not an easy talk to do, but I would prefer keynotes to be a bit more empowering/motivating that this one was.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(30.Oct.2016)
What's the fuss about Phoenix?
Amazing talk. Amazing speaker. He was speaking so fast (but very clear & understandable) that I didn't have time to post on Twitter how amazing the talk is not to loose a second of attention. And giving away books to help people with getting on Elixir train was a nice touch.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(30.Oct.2016)
Code review beyond code style
Good talk, I liked it a lot. As a suggestion, I would appreciate more personal stories and how they do it. Loved the 'shit sandwich' story, I like that principle of starting with the good, explaining the bad and finishing up with good to downsize the blow of having to critique someone. I should use it more often! Unfortunately, it was bit visible that speaker wasnt 100% prepared and was reading stuff from time to time to remember :(
Rating: 4 of 5 
(30.Oct.2016)
Distributed Domain Destruction - Adventures in building distributed systems
While stories were maybe too specific in some cases, I love hearing them instead of 'best practices' people tend to read and then just spread around without having personal experience there! BTW. Since there are so many issues with supervisor & upstart, any suggestions what to use or limiting number of workers is the only cure?
Rating: 5 of 5 
(30.Oct.2016)
Things I was unprepared for as a lead developer
Great talk, speaker was not only engaged but inspiring the crowd. Good stories from the trenches to keep the talk entertaining and practical. I love soft talks of this kind cause it's really hard to find material on this things and being a developer/engineer is IMHO much more then just coding. For me, the only confusing thing is that I believe that position was more of a team manager not team leader (which does point towards how broken our job title systems are :) ).
Rating: 5 of 5 
(30.Oct.2016)
How to overengineer a meme generator?
As a backend developer blessed with not touching frontend that much, it was really great talk to hear what is new in the world of frontend. And using a meme generator with all of those options was a very simple yet funny and interesting way of showing so many different features! If only everyone would take this approach to teaching and showing stuff ...
Rating: 3 of 5 
(09.Nov.2016)
Testing!
Good overview of available/popular testing tools that exist in PHP today. I think that speaker was bit too enthusiatic on idea to cover so much testing in 45 minutes. I think going deeped into each tool would be more appriciated by the audience that is not familiar with testing in general
Rating: 3 of 5 
(09.Nov.2016)
Maintainable + Extensible = Clean ... yes, Code!
Good overview of practices how to make you code better + more maintainable. Few suggestions to the speaker: 1) I think it was too much theory and not enough 'stories from the trenches' (personal experiences) 2) some slides had too much text
Rating: 4 of 5 
(01.Dec.2016)
Multiple website hosting with Docker and Nginx reverse proxy
Really nice talk from Zoran about using docker to run multiple websites easy in development. I have been playing a bit with docker in last few months and some tricks he showed us were really helpful in understanding and upgrading my current setup.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(01.Dec.2016)
Immutability RFC
Silvio is first in our community going thru PHP RFC process and it was really nice to hear how the process looks and works. I feel immutability RFC will bring us many good things, much easier way of building immutable objects -> it would cut my code down by 70-80% on some of the value objects I'm heavily relying on. I'm not giving it a 5* rating cause speaker has to be little bit better prepared (but it was nice to see his presentation skills have improved a lot in past few months), however I (as an organizer) gave him only 2 days to prepare :) So :+100: for taking the initiative in such a short period and presenting it to us!
Rating: 4 of 5 
(12.Apr.2017)
Managing Remote Workers
Really good talk, very engaging speaker. Topic was really interesting but I think either title was misleading or maybe the focus was not enough set on the 'remote workers' part. If speaker decides to go more in sense of 'remote workers' than I would like to hear about tools they used as well to communicate: as much as 'we used X but didnt fit us because of ...' up to 'we used Y and it is great for us because of ..'
Rating: 4 of 5 
(22.Apr.2017)
Faster I/O on Docker for Mac. Fact or fiction?
As an organizer, it's always nice to see new faces on stage, having the will and passion to share their knowledge with others. It was visible that some stage fright has kicked in at the beginning but Matija did relax and ended it pretty calmly. Small suggestion: try to avoid long text slides as it is hard to follow them (I noticed 1-2 of those). Still very good talk and I hope Matija will speak at ZgPHP again soon!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(22.Apr.2017)
The Framework is Dead
Great talk, brilliant speaker. I expected Bruno to be bit more opinionated but it looks like he started mellowing out ;)
Rating: 4 of 5 
(12.May.2017)
I am good at JavaScript, I swear.
Very good talk, it did start bit too much as a self promotion but after the intro it was great. I dont think the issue of knowing/using all the shiniest toys is only a problem in Javascript community, I see it in others as well (not as intense as in JS though)
Rating: 2 of 5 
(12.May.2017)
Building Chatbots with JavaScript
I expected much more from a experienced speaker that said "I'm not doing marketing for the company I'm working for as a dev advocate" and then 5 minutes later spending way too much time on their own products. I didnt stay up to the end so cant comment on the bot itself but spending 15-20 minutes on 'who am I' and listing 3 tools needed to set up was just too much for me.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(12.May.2017)
Advanced TypeScript: elegant solutions to common problems
Talk was OK, as I dont come from JS community it was interesting to see some Typescript details but I wouldnt call the talk 'advanced' in any sense. Title was totally misleading, it felt more as a 'Intro to some Typescript features'. Speaker was pretty good, I saw bit of nervousness which is understandable but think he can work on getting English bit better (it was understandable, dont get me wrong but bit hard to follow)
Rating: 5 of 5 
(12.May.2017)
Building a serverless company with Node, React and the Serverless framework
Great talk. Speaker covered the basics of serverless + shown how they implemented stuff so it wasnt only theoritical stuff but 'from how we do it' bag. I'm still not sure it would make sense for me to switch but now I'm much more informed on how it works, what are the good and bad sides.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(12.May.2017)
Visual Regression Testing: from a tool to a process
Really good talk. Only reason I'm not giving it a 5* is not speakers fault: It's not something easy to set up and it takes a lot of moving parts to do it. If their own tool was opensourced and ready for me to use it tomorrow (one for showing diff on images) I would give it 5* without thinking.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(12.May.2017)
JavaScript @ Uber
I admire the speaker and the talk was good but: I like hearing things from 1st hand and this overview wasnt that. Personally, my preference would be to hear this same talk from a person that is working there as a JS developer, talking from experience not white papers even if the person is not as good speaker as Dustin is. Also, speaker sneaked up more then few 'promotional' details into the talk that had nothing to do with the subject in hand (like how the mobile apps design progressed thru the years, what are all the different products they offer on the web..). At moments it was visible that too much reading from notes was done.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(12.May.2017)
What the hell is fiber and why should I care
Great introduction of Fiber and explantion of differences between current React and new one.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(12.May.2017)
Calendar / Kalender / تقويم (aka, the fun of locali[zs]ation)
Great topic from a great speaker. Paul spoke from experience, showed lot of examples and issues he had to resolve making the 'calendar' localized for lot of countries. If only more talks were from personal experience instead of generic covering of some topic.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(12.May.2017)
knock-knock-who-there-file- compression-talk_ FINAL_2.tar.trz.bz2.gz
Abstract and the talk are not really in sync :( Presentation was good, speaker was good but I would suggest instead of explaining the algorithms in depth to concentrate on the real life examples and share more personal experiences (in sense of pros/cons) towards cases when to use/avoid compression.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(13.May.2017)
Vue.js? PWA? PRA?
Talk felt as cut into 2 topics: lets do Vue marketing and lets talk about PWA. Personally I didnt find Vue marketing part informative and explaining templates felt as too long. On PWA I was sorry that demo didnt work out but demo gods don't smile to everyone. I would suggest speaker to try to talk with bit more intonation and volume, at moments it was hard to follow.
Rating: 2 of 5 
(13.May.2017)
The big rewrite: a true story
Talk had great potential, I really like 'from the trenches' talks of why/how/what was done but speaker felt bit unprepared/inexperienced or maybe just as other comment suggests, unmotivated.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(13.May.2017)
How to open source a PHP package
Really good talk, great speaker. Only reason why I havent given 5*, I would like to hear this talk with more of a personal touch (like problems when you picked name that android project uses and get lots of issues reported..), then just list of things where most of them feel obvious and are actually listed on phppackagechecklist.com site.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(13.May.2017)
Static Optimization of PHP Bytecode
I really love 'look at what we have done' talks (even when they have failed) with the great explanation of the details. Topic was really advanced and totally over-my-head so it was bit hard to follow at moments but speaker really did a great job. Some nervousness was visible at the beginning but :+1: for taking the stage at such a young age Nikita!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(13.May.2017)
Managing dependencies is more than running "composer update"
Very unusual dev topic: risk we all take each day without doing the proper investigations/management and why/how/what we should think/concentrate on when putting anything new into our app/system. Speaker was really good, clear on the topics but slides had too much content on them (I'm suggesting splitting it into multiple slides not cutting down the content) so it was bit hard to follow.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(27.May.2017)
Clean Application Development
I liked the talk but it was too long, taking almost 90 minutes without any break is hard to follow. Intro was more oriented towards bussiness/managers than developers and the whole talk was prepared more towards beginners. I would prefer if it was more of a combination of theory and examples from RL.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(27.May.2017)
Microservices vs The Distributed Monolith
Great talk, very informative on the theory for begginners and filled with examples from the speakers experience. Speaker was hard to understand from time to time which took lot of concentration on following his voice, only reason I havent given 5*.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(28.May.2017)
Your butler just received an upgrade
Hands down demo! Brave and balsy move, went super smooth! I really like practical talks and this was great! Speaker was clear and consice, some vim shortcuts were bit 'tricky to grasp' until he explained them so I would suggest maybe first saying what you plan to do, do the copy/paste and then explain. But this might be just me cause I'we never seen such a smooth running demo that I see such a small thing as an issue :)
Rating: 4 of 5 
(28.May.2017)
Kicking off with Zend Expressive and Doctrine ORM
Speaker was clear, stead and concise :+1: I was hoping that focus would be more on middlewares as opposed to how to setup doctrine orm, what it is and etc. For me middlewares in zend expressive are very interesting concept and I was hoping it would cover more in sense of MVC vs middleware instead of building a small API and talking about concepts and packages we are used to in MVC as well. This is the only reason for not giving 5* :(
Rating: 0 of 5 
(30.May.2017)
Year with event sourcing and CQRS
Thank you all for such flattering feedback! @Vranac: This is a talk from my experience and not an overview of all possible cases. I didn't encounter a 'million event per aggregate ' problem so I could not have talked about that. And yes, I would really like to hear from someone who had that issue how they solved it (altough it still feels like a design flaw) @Ivan Djurdjevac: Yeah, I'm not happy on the flow as well but it is hard to connect so many different things but will for sure look into how to make the transitions less 'jumpy'.
Rating: 0 of 5 
(03.Jun.2017)
Year with event sourcing and CQRS
Thank you all for feedback, I'm happy to hear you enjoyed the talk. @James: I agree there is not enough images, diagrams, memes :), will try to fix that in next iterations.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(19.Jun.2017)
Panel: "Surviving The Development Cycle - Stories, Tips and Tricks"
I might not be the most objective person (as I'm one of the organizers of ZgPHP) but I really loved the panel discussion, to the point I would really like to have 'Part 2' for it :) It was bit too long, having it for 1h and 40 minutes but as it was really really interesting to me I didnt check the time often enough :) We didnt have enough time to get any audience questions either Empty chair concept was :+1:
Rating: 4 of 5 
(15.Sep.2017)
Panel discussion: "Education and Evaluation in the DEV World"
As a person interested in education, it was a great intro into how companies educate. Just waaaay tooo short. As an organizer, I think we felt short with having too many panelists and will have to work on that in the future.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(15.Sep.2017)
Ad-hoc discussion
I just loved this format so much, having 20 ppl in a circle discussing where almost everyone had something to ask or say just felt AMAZING. Maybe next time, panel should be organized liked that...
Rating: 5 of 5 
(05.Oct.2017)
Metagrokking Elixir
Great workshop! Speaker was clear, not to slow not to fast to talk, ready to answer any question (and there were sooo many), just a joy to be on the workshop. I would like to see it as a hands on one too, I presume it would take like 2 full days but it would for sure save interested ppl much more time by getting onboard quickly. Keep up the good work Sasa!
Rating: 0 of 5 
(06.Oct.2017)
Year with eventsourcing and CQRS
Hi Kristijan, It's totally understandable, if you are not familiar with EventSourcing & CQRS, lots of used terms might not be easily understandable. This was marked as an advanced talk, it was already shortened to fit the current slot and this was not an introduction to DDD or ES+CQRS talk, but a talk about my experiences using it. As a speaker, I'm sorry I didn't properly manage expectations at the beginning, stating clearly needed prerequisites for clearer understanding of all the mentioned concepts and I will for sure work on improving this. If you are interested in exploring some of the unclear terms, there are lots of videos on youtube & blog posts from people much more qualified than me explaining the aggregates & aggregate roots, sagas/process managers, event driven systems, command handler and event listener patterns. Thank you for the clear feedback!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(06.Oct.2017)
Elements of Scalable Architecture
Great talk from a good speaker (great after the initial nervousness), passionately talking about the important subject of the non-technical culture needed in any team as habitability IMHO has nothing to do with systems at scale but good team work company culture.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(06.Oct.2017)
Debugging communication
Very interesting subject, especially something that is a big issue in the developer community due to our 'inherited' asocial aspect of life. I felt some things were "over-communicated" (mentioned multiple times), not as a part of a plan (and I do like the overcommunication pattern) but due to lack of preparation or being nervous talking in front of 400 ppl.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(07.Oct.2017)
Ops I did it again
Talk is worth hearing, has great takeways and reminders how we as developers can ruin others people beauty sleep ;) Speaker on the other hand was visibly nervous and not 100% prepared :( There was noticable 'aaaaa','hmmmm' and got lost on more than few occasions, as it was his first time speaking on a conference I gave him an extra star as a credit that I hope will be repaid on next years WebCamp with doing another talk.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(07.Oct.2017)
Microservices in production: a case study
Cool story, great topic but I'm not 100% sure if the example covered in the talk was the actual case study of the project they are working on (wasnt clear on that) which made me think there are some things missing (or are being misrepresented). Slides were bit misorganized, having facts in bottom right corner which were hard to notice. Speaker had his back turned towards the audience most of the time but for a first time conference speaker did his job pretty good, I hope he will find the will to continuosly share his experience with us in the years to come!
Rating: 4 of 5 
(07.Oct.2017)
Building a poor man's React
Great presenting skill and the topic was while basic very interesting, showing how the react works by building it step by step. As I'm not a frontend developer, this gave me more understanding of what react is and how it does some of the things internally.

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WebCamp Zagreb 2017 Oct 03, 2017
PHPSrbija Meetup #23 May 25, 2017
PHP Tour 2017 Nantes May 17, 2017
phpDay 2017 May 11, 2017
ZgpHP meetup 2017/04 Apr 19, 2017
PHPSrbija Meetup #22 Apr 17, 2017
WebCamp Zagreb 2016 Oct 27, 2016
ZgPHP meetup #62 Oct 19, 2016
PHPCon Poland 2016 Sep 29, 2016
ZgPHP meetup #45 May 20, 2015
phpDay 2015 May 14, 2015
jsDay 2015 May 12, 2015
ZgPHP meetup #44 Apr 15, 2015
ZgPHP meetup #43 Mar 18, 2015
ZgPHP meetup #42 Feb 18, 2015
ZgPHP Meetup #41 Jan 14, 2015
ZgPHP Conference 2014 Oct 01, 2014
phpDay 2013 May 15, 2013
jsDay 2013 May 14, 2013
WebCamp Zagreb 2012 Nov 23, 2012
ZgPHP Meetup #9 May 21, 2012
phpDay 2012 May 17, 2012
JsDay 2012 May 15, 2012
phpDay 2014 May 17, 2014
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