Compared to all the talks given, this one fell of for me, a little bit.
Probably it is the case that the theme was nnot the most exaggerating for me, but also the style of speeking to the audience fell off just a little bit to most of the other talks.
This should not limit the information degree of the talk, that was excellent, but it was just not that "snappy" as the others.
The talk was just awesome for me because it showed, just how relaxed and simple the giving of a speech before a lot of people can be. Sure, one must accept and like the kind of humor, but next to the style of presentation, one really got a good feeling about being a php programmer.
This talk opened the eyes for a lot of people on the "small" and 2nd citizen appearing components of the sf2 universe.
It's the small things that count!
And this was given to the audience in a very good way.
Nice introduction to Domain Driven Design, even if the phrase was not used directly. Therefore the concept was introduced on a lightweight basis, and so easy to grasp by the audience;
A little more depth on the topic would've been nice from my point of view.
Nice look to open source from a total different point of view. As the title was kind of misleading it was partially unsatisfying to listen as one was always waiting for the relation to the talk and why symfony is still open source.
Still the essence of "Open Source from different angles" (proposal for the title) was transposed very good.
Great talk, nice anecdotes and a super way to perform.
Great job of explaining these numbers and bringing these important and in other languages long availaible measure points to the php world.
But always remember the true essence: If it's beatiful code, but has no business value; It's crap !
In contrast to the last years of the SymfonyLive I must really say that this keynote (or lighning talk in the last year) from Fabien was delightful, good to follow and not "just" a merchandising event.
Kudos, for the showing of the pains the maintainers take (and are willing to) to give us users a better experience.
I was really thriving for this talk, I like the style of @horncologne's talks but something just felt wrong. I mean it was no the switching of languages while presenting. I'm totally ok with that but the key point was just missing. Combine the drupal8 engine with a custom (Symfony) app, now that would've been a cool demo.
Kudos to the speakers, you did a great and entertaining job, but in the end there were no real insights. sry guys
Short but after some theme confusion very insightful.
I at first thought that the talk would not just focus on composer itself, but after accomodating, it was really informative and even got to learn new concepts (like redeclaring a version with "as").
The performing style is very likeable.
One of the good ones of the day (taking all talks in room "sixt" into comparison). The performance style is very good, not lacking self-humor. The concepts in itself are (should be) clear. All in all very entertaining
My winner of the day of the room "Sixt" track. By just starting with the "shitty" parts of a new software version of a program and then getting to the new gems, this talk was structured nicely. The performance of Sebastian was evenly outstanding, picking some nice side-comments.
Well if the day starts of with having a spontaneous "small talk" while waiting for the key note with matthias, all is fine....
... well only my personal number 2 talk of the day.
The talk was good in the way that you can't repeat often enough to architect or even better abstract good. The talking style is very nice, but in the end I really didn't get so many new insights. Hopefully this talk is just really the introduction for tomorrow's haxagonal talk (as stated by the speaker).
I've looked at the slides from previous (and not attended talks), I've read a lot of tweets and the documentation, but the talk finally brought the insight for using puli to me.
The talking performance was good and the split between being to obvious or too detailed was in a very good balance.
Kudos to webmozart. Very good.
Just what I expected. The not too technical, thoughtful and entertaining talk. "Metal Hammer" my a**! It is always nice, good and very important to show a dev auditorium the project views of all the participating people. A delight.
The talk of the day for me. If one really wants to know, how to develop nowadays, take THIS.
Good presentation style, the information given was not too shallow and not too deep. Just the depth to get the point. Glad to have heard the talk live and chitty-chated with you matthias. Kudos.