Good speakers and thought the two screens worked well. I appreciate the need to cater talks for all experience levels but even then I thought some of the points covered were a bit too simple - how to google, checking stackoverflow and then advising to exercise and sleep/eat well.
Great way to finish another excellent conference. Talks were all of a very high standard this year and this one only highlighted that fact more. Funny and engaging with some genuinely useful advise and plenty to take away.
Not a Drupal user but great speaker and some interesting points raised with regards to community opinion on CMSs like Drupal made this a great talk. Good to see some of the changes coming with version 8.
Best talk of the day. Great content and great delivery. Some really interesting concepts - I'll definitely being looking more into the domain event pattern and checking out some of the listed resources. Hope to see more talks from you at future conferences.
Thought the start of the talk perhaps didn't flow as well as it could have but got a lot better as things got going. Interesting talk, highlighting just how much of an overhead frameworks can have. Was good to see examples from a real world problem and would like to see talks on other backend and front end areas to see what else was done to speed things up.
Nice to have some relatable examples of bad experiences to start. Some good advice on how to avoid common pitfalls.
Interesting points raises like the circuit breaker pattern.
Entertaining talk with a passionate speaker, a little fast in places sometimes made things difficult to follow. Wasn't so sure on the summary and when not to use SOA.
Interesting insight into the RFC process for PHP and looking at how things evolved to what we're seeing in PHP 7. Andrea's style was very fun to listen to. I got the impression she's not a fan of the resource data type.
Knowing little in terms of the details of how any version of the protocol works or the differences between them, I really enjoyed the talk. Like others have noted, perhaps would have expected more focus on 2.0 but I found it useful.
Haven't used phpbb in about 10 years, it was a nice trip down memory lane and interesting to see how you'd integrated symfony components and other libraries. Whilst your talk style did seem a little fast paced at times you were also very engaging which went down well on a second day talk.
Apologies for disturbing things, had an emergency come up and had to duck out of the room early.