Although you mentioned it wasn't going to be a sales talk, the first half of the talk kind of felt like one, including the prices etc. Perhaps a shorter overview would have been better. The second part, about community, felt a bit rushed. This is too bad, because as you said yourself, that was the most important part. I understand from the comments it was because of the late start, but because of the interaction with Shawn, it seemed your were well over your time limit.
Thanking other contributors was nice (thanks for mentioning me!), but can be dangerous because others can feel left out..
Good intro for migrations, but not the right target group. Started to slow / basic, even when the audience showed that everyone was already using migrations / seeds. Did have some helpful tips at the end. For people not familiar with migrations, this would be very good.
I wasn't familiar with neo4j or Graph Databases, so I was very happy with this introduction. The examples and life demos clearly explained the benefits and power of neo4j, and the recommendation engine for php looked very useful as well. For laravel, it could have included some more information about how to sync/store your data, but overall very good talk.
Shared some interesting ideas, specific for Laravel. Missed the monolith to microservices bit, what could have also been interesting.
Even though this was opiniated (as mentioned), it wasn't mentioned if the opinions were based on an existing design pattern, which would make it more easier to read upon this further. The package seem to be based on the Laravel command bus, although this wasn't clear from the talk.