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Rating: 4 of 5 
(01.Feb.2013)
CSS frameworks en preprocessors
Duidelijk presentatie, met concrete voorbeelden!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(01.Feb.2013)
GIT flow
Waarde volle presentatie, hoop dat men er mee zal gaan experimenteren!
Rating: 4 of 5 
(28.Jun.2014)
Ansible: Orchestrate your Infrastructure
Good tutorial! General view; well prepared (virtual machine already copied on USB sticks) and knows the subject well, it was also evident in his experience. I was hoping voor more depth, some more of how they deal with their (specific) issues. I experimented before this tutorial and the practical examples were similar to the documentation of Ansible. Obviously Jeremy also had to deal with who were not familiar with Ansible, yml syntax, or had a Windows machine ;-)
Rating: 3 of 5 
(28.Jun.2014)
Improving QA on PHP development projects
It felt more like presentation than a tutorial. Little practice, and there was much told. All that it was told it was good! Mocking the API calls in PHPUnit had much shorter may be. And would rather have the other subject* discussed, perhaps even a working environment on their own project in combination with Phing? So you can experience these tools themselves. Preparing for the exercise combined with GIT was not quite nice, even the fallback was moderate. * Artifacts, phpdoc2, PHPUnit, PHP CodeSniffer, Copy Paste Detection, PHP Mess Detection, PHP Depend, PHP CodeBrowser.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(24.Jan.2015)
PHP Performance Tuning: Prepare for Ludicrous Speed!
Great to see the Xhgui! In the past I experimented with Xhprof, buts it's still hard to recognize the valuable data that comes from Xhprof. Will test it soon with the Xhgui hoping for more results.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(24.Jan.2015)
Scaling Applications with RabbitMQ
Good speaker with good content, at the moment we are exploring the possibilities to implement RabbitMQ. So we played a lot with the RabbitMQ Simulator. It was an very recognizable tools for use and I personality think a great way to explain the functionalities of RabbitMQ.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(24.Jan.2015)
Decorating Applications with Stack
Great talk. I wonder how, when and which projects we will implement the Stack middlewares.
Rating: 2 of 5 
(24.Jan.2015)
Getting Started with Continuous Integration
This was the best presentation of the day. It feels like there where only continuous integration tools names without the 'depth' of the tools. I think it's beter to highlight some of the tools rather than just naming them. Why? Because when you Google you got the same information and even more like the audience where talking about. - http://codeception.com And two other deployment tools we use: - http://capistranorb.com - http://deployer.org Last little note, it's too bad to hear you suffered from your throat. However candy in your month during the presentation was, as for me, not the best choice.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(24.Jan.2015)
Social Event
It was again an great social event! With great casino/animation. The atmosphere was very pleasant!
Rating: 3 of 5 
(24.Jan.2015)
PCRE with PHP
Was curious about the contents of this presentation! The first piece was very promising but eventually I got the feeling like I got told the documentation. Although certainly achieved some valuable points from the presentation.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(24.Jan.2015)
Raffles & Closing Remarks
The raffles went a lot better than the PHPBenelux Conference 2014! It was great to thank the sponsors, speakers and of course all the audience. Personality I didn't like the magic show, the start was messy and the act was a bit disappointing.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(24.Jan.2015)
Social Event
It struck me at how few people have stayed there in comparison to the previous social day.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(24.Jan.2015)
The future of PHP
Great talk! I don't know which presentation/conference, but i recognized a lot of the hack examples. It was great to follow-up this examples. it's always pretty to listen to the "shy" but happy presenting Sara. It's good to see the highlight of PHP 7. And of course the note of the presentation: Didn't you upgrade yet to php 5.5 of php 5.6? Please, if you can, do it as soon as possible because the end of 2015 the expect PHP 7 already.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(24.Jan.2015)
High Performance PHP
Again a great talk by Anthony! I like the way he brings the info to us. Was great to point out the difference between speed and scalable. After that it was mind blowing about the various PHP compilers.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(26.Nov.2015)
Writing Code That Lasts
Inspiring presentation! It was great to hear the explanation of the rules. In some cases it would be nice to see some code to understand why Rafeal says it's better for the 'readability'. However, the next day I implemented some of the rules. Great quote that I still remember: " When you touch some code, leave it better than before.. "
Rating: 5 of 5 
(13.Feb.2016)
Things I was unprepared for as a lead developer
It was special to hear from another developer in which situation you will be taken. In no time, there is no time for personal development. I use for almost everything the agenda except "writing code". This tip stayed with me. So, next day I blocked instantly some time in the agenda for my own "code writing" moments. Furthermore, I find me well in the story. Personally I find it very interesting to hear the challenges/problems of others.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(13.Feb.2016)
All the cool kids...
Many of the terms I already knew, Personally, I think it had a lot of topics in a very short time. I'm not sure if I could understand the presentation without previous presentations/blogs. Totally agree with 'anonymous'. Once you've seen this talk, you can download the slides and use them as a roadmap. As always I like the presentations skills of Matthias.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(18.Apr.2016)
Understanding Internationalization & Localization
This talk came at the right moment! Right now we are busy converting a project into several languages, and the platform is rolled out in several countries. I learned a lot of 'small things' where I previously not thought about. Great presentation with concrete examples. Maybe for a second presentation; the experience of an international platform that takes.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(18.Apr.2016)
Extracting wisdom from stupidity
Really enjoyed the story (and presentation skills) of Ramon.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(06.Nov.2016)
Here Be Dragons! What It's Really Like to Slay a Monolith
Great talk! For me it was the ideal path as most speakers are telling us. Where I'm interested in; how long such a process will take? How many problems there are on the road passed in review. Maybe it's possible to add some details of the transitioning from a legacy monolithic application towards a group of services? Despite this a good talk!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(06.Nov.2016)
Experiences Building Apps With React Native
Great talk, good presenter. The recorded code moments were a credit to the presentation. It feels like live coding without f*cked ups or any kind of falter. Before this talk I know that React Native exists. But know I really had an trigger to look deeper and will do some experiments with React Native.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(06.Nov.2016)
Security Bootcamp for Startups
Really loved this talk! It's great (for us) to see that we do a lot of stuff that where mention in the presentation. Although we covered a lot, there where still a number of slides where I was thinking; I need to check this in the organisation.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(06.Nov.2016)
Testing For Accessibility: Don't Be A Showstopper
When I walked into the room I saw that the presenter was one of the people where the topic was about. To me it felt like a direct added value. Someone who knows what he is talking about in practice rather than theory. The most of the theory was already known. Had hoped for more in depth insights? Where should we keep an eye on as developers? How does the spreaker use websites in daily life. The threshold is now too high in order to investigate the full WAI-ARIA guidelines.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(06.Nov.2016)
How To Effectively Grow a Development Team
This was one the talks I wanted to see for a longer time. All expectations are met; a good story, good presentation, you remain constantly fascinated by the story. The interaction with the audience was well executed.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(11.Feb.2017)
Bruce Lee Driven Development
Didn't know what to expect with the abstract / meet-up title. And even after the first slides I had something like; where is this talk going to?! But after an while I get the point. I really like the talk. Several situations were very familiar with business around me. As usual I feel fine to follow the presentation mode of Jeroen. Speak slowly and clearly. Highly recommended!
Rating: 2 of 5 
(13.May.2017)
Build Your Framework Like Constructicons
The idea of the talk is nice! But after 'installing' two packages you know where the talk goes to. Maybe it's more like; I've been there before, so maybe I was not the right audience? For (younger?) people without the experience of building an framework from scratch, it's an great way to learn more about "behind the framework scene".
Rating: 2 of 5 
(30.Sep.2017)
How to reduce attack surface when using third-party libraries
The presentation was on the short side (20-25 min). Tips for improvement, show some tooling and/or examples of the design principles how we (as developers) can improve our applications. After all, there was enough time. In addition, I was very curious about numbers, how often do these specific attacks occur?
Rating: 4 of 5 
(09.Jun.2018)
Keynote : The New Revolution
I enjoyed the keynote with the history of the beginning of "the internet". It was nice to give it some personal touch.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(09.Jun.2018)
Application metrics with Prometheus
I really like the presentation style of Rafael! He build his presentations with an well know red line. From the beginning till the end I was with him in his refactoring story. I hoped for some more insights/tech after the more than useful theory.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(09.Jun.2018)
Browser APIs: the unknown Super Heroes
I didn't like the heros part on every slide, it felt of the presentation could be done in the half of the time. I was 'borred' after 5 times with the information that browser support is very bad. But Rowdy got me back in the end of his presentation with his interactive Bluetooth robot. So keep this interaction/moment with your audience!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(09.Jun.2018)
OMG MySQL 8.0 is out! Are we there yet?
I liked the talk! The live coding examples where well prepared and enjoyable to watch. Learn definitely some new stuff from Gabriela! ?
Rating: 4 of 5 
(09.Jun.2018)
Moving from legacy to event-driven with Kafka
As always I enjoy the talks/stories of Jeroen! This time one little remark, I would love to see/hear more of the technical implementation of Kafka instead of the client story. Maybe this was the intent but ran out of time? That's the reason for an 4 out of an 5. ?
Rating: 5 of 5 
(09.Jun.2018)
Mastering message Queues
Great talk, with great animation that's visualising the approach of the message queues. It felt in balance with theory/code examples. Definitely worth it on other conference! ?
Rating: 4 of 5 
(09.Jun.2018)
Conference Social
It was great too have the social in the venue! It was for me an added value to the conference. I was one of the people that skipped the socials the year before because it was not in the venue. I would say; next year again! ?
Rating: 5 of 5 
(09.Jun.2018)
Machine learning and trend analysis in PHP
Michael explained the mathematics very well! It was clear for me how I could use machine learning in an basic way to predict some outcomes. I liked the introduction of the 'learning' part of people. Michael got my full attention the whole 45 minutes. And as usual an great presentation skills. ?
Rating: 3 of 5 
(09.Jun.2018)
Uncon Why/What is in the Read model?
Nice theories/examples to start with, and rounding up with an lot of discussion(s). Maybe you can use some of the questions in your presentations to make the benefits even more clear. ?
Rating: 2 of 5 
(09.Jun.2018)
Decomposing a live application with confidence
I missed the learning points in depth. For me it was something like; in the past we didn't do X but now we do. And that with an lot of technologies. I was expecting (by Rafael mentions) an more in depth inside of the reactor process. What's went wrong? How did problem got solved? Rafael mentions more details of the Prometheus screenshots than Luis did, while I had expected the other way around. The event steam code example/demo gave a nice effect during the presentation.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(09.Jun.2018)
Dr Sheldon Cooper Presents: Fun with Flags
Wow! I was going to this talk with the idea; how can Michael fill an presentation of 45 minutes with this subject. He did this very well with introduction the difference of feature toggles, taking us with the always hard question of; building your own or buying an saas solution. I liked this part! The talk was finished with great (enough) examples. The conclusion was not an added value for me. ?
Rating: 2 of 5 
(09.Jun.2018)
A LAMP Stack Professional’s Journey to Artificial Intelligence: Meet Johnny the Deployer!
It's nice to see how you could do this. I don't think I would build an chatbox for the reasons as Georgiana told us. It felt as all lot of work for something that can be done with webhooks instead. As an example; last failed release/pipeline. I would expect to get this information right when it's happened and not when someone thinks, what's the status of the latest release? But that's me. ?
Rating: 5 of 5 
(09.Jun.2018)
Keynote : Controlling the variables
A great closing keynote by Thijs. I also really liked the style of the presentation, full of video fragments. Which I did not experience as annoying. Well done! ?

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