Jeroen v.d. Gulik

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Rating: 4 of 5 
(17.Sep.2011)
DocBlox: your source matters
Interessante talk over DocBlox. Kan niet wachten op Sphinx Doc integratie.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(17.Sep.2011)
SPL Data Structures and their Complexity
Great and interesting talk. Very educational and very good explaination of big-O notation.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(17.Sep.2011)
PHP Extensions, why and what?
Very interesting talk. Learned a lot about PHP extensions and how they work.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(17.Sep.2011)
The new era of PHP frameworks
Good presentation but was hoping to learn more about why PHP 5.3 frameworks are so different than pre 5.3 frameworks.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(17.Apr.2010)
Database version control without pain
Very interesting and concise talk
Rating: 1 of 5 
(17.Apr.2010)
Geautomatiseerd website vulnerability management
Php security for beginners
Rating: 4 of 5 
(17.Apr.2010)
PHP and Adobe
Nice sales pitch of Adobe but intersting
Rating: 3 of 5 
(17.Apr.2010)
An overview of Domain Specific Languages in PHP
Little boring but interesting topic
Rating: 5 of 5 
(17.Sep.2011)
PHP – Status Check
Incredibly relevant talk about the current trends, mobile and cloud and the impact it has or will have on PHP. The talk had a good pace, enough humour to keep it light, but at the same time touched very interesting subjects. Enjoyed it immensely.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(17.Sep.2011)
Introductie van kwaliteitsmanagement - een praktische benadering
Good talk, although a little bit rushed for something that can be very complex. Must have been the nerves. Got a lot better during questions. Could have gotten a little more in depth (unit tests come to mind) but I thoroughly enjoyed the personal experience bits and pieces.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(09.Nov.2013)
Environments, line up! Vagrant and Puppet 101
Good well paced talk. Could use a few screenshots of actual results (the "look it's working" slides). Other than that, you might want to highlight even more how cool vagrant actually is with some more usecases.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(18.Jul.2014)
Graph Databases with PHP
Awesome talk, such database, much nodes, wow
Rating: 5 of 5 
(28.Aug.2014)
Beyond PHP: It’s Not (Just) About the Code
Very nice talk!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(28.Aug.2014)
Filesystem Abstraction with Flysystem
Nice talk, much improvement since last year
Rating: 4 of 5 
(28.Aug.2014)
TDD: The Good Parts
Interesting view on TDD
Rating: 5 of 5 
(28.Aug.2014)
Python: Do you even async?
Very interesting talk and great delivery
Rating: 4 of 5 
(29.Aug.2014)
Coding Like a Girl
Good talk. Sometimes a little unclear because of the English but this got much better as the talk progressed
Rating: 5 of 5 
(29.Aug.2014)
Sharing Laravel
Great talk. Very inspiring
Rating: 5 of 5 
(29.Aug.2014)
Portable Environments with Vagrant
Killed it
Rating: 5 of 5 
(29.Aug.2014)
Discovering ElasticSearch
Great introduction into elastic search. Great presentation.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(30.Aug.2014)
Decoupling the Model from the Framework
Great conceptual introduction into DDD, although I think the concepts might be more clear with slides
Rating: 4 of 5 
(30.Aug.2014)
PHP Annotations: They exist!
Good talk although I think a lot people got lost in the code example
Rating: 5 of 5 
(30.Aug.2014)
The State of Laravel
Very very excited about the Contracts
Rating: 5 of 5 
(30.Aug.2014)
Design How Your Objects Talk Through Mocking
Very nice in depth talk. Might be a bit high level depending on the audience so explaining what SOLID is, might help
Rating: 5 of 5 
(30.Aug.2014)
Lisp
Mind blown
Rating: 5 of 5 
(05.Sep.2014)
Testing Ivan The Terrible's API
Awesome talk. Funny, Insightful en very useful.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(05.Sep.2014)
The Secret Life Of The Internet
Very good explanation about the different underlying technology of http
Rating: 5 of 5 
(19.Sep.2014)
Models and Service Layers; Hemoglobin and Hobgoblins
Great talk as always from the great Ross Tuck. Good pacing, good style, interesting perspective and clear examples. Have seen the talk before and it keeps improving
Rating: 5 of 5 
(25.Nov.2014)
An Introduction to Functional Programming using Haskell
Awesome introduction into Haskell. Interaction with the audience was great, sometimes even hilarious. A nice introduction into Functional Programming and Haskell.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(03.Dec.2014)
Composer the right way
Good talk about all the little nuances in composer.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(03.Dec.2014)
Symfony2 Best Practices from the trenches
The talk was ok, but I think as an advanced SF2 user, there wasn't much news in here. At the same time it was too abstract for anyone not familiar with SF2 in my opinion. Therefor imho the talk would be stronger if it would target a specific audience: either people never exposed to SF2 and want to learn about some of the cool things you can do with it (the configurable DIC should be an easy sell), OR focus on advanced SF2 users where you show RL solutions to RL problems (how to deal with cross bundle dependencies, config overloading, how to integrate REST, Runtime configurable Doctrine Resolving to name a few). The Dependancy Injection Principle example and explanation could use some work. The example given broke several SOLID rules, all which have little to do with DI itself. I also feel like it you could underline more how amazing it is that SF2 does the dependency resolution (and therefor injection) automatically for you if you configure it correctly. This is highlighted even more if you adhere to the ' everything is a service' in symfony philosophy. Not trying to give you an hard time, As said the talk itself was ok. I just think it go from "good" to "great" with a little tweaking.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(23.Jan.2015)
Opening & Keynote; Talmudic Maxims to Maximize Your Growth as a Software Developer
Excellent talk. Really enjoyed the comparison between the Talmud teachings and the way they apply to Software Development, but more importantly to grow as a Software Craftsman
Rating: 4 of 5 
(23.Jan.2015)
PHP Anti Patterns
Great talk, good delivery, lots of recognizable topics, some very opinionated topics, some very controversial. Overall good mix
Rating: 4 of 5 
(24.Jan.2015)
High Performance PHP
Interesting talk, good presentation skills, some very funny opinionated slides. Good clear explanation of what's happening under the hood
Rating: 5 of 5 
(24.Jan.2015)
Small Uncontrolled Experiments
Insightful and thought provoking ideas! Really enjoyed it
Rating: 5 of 5 
(20.Feb.2015)
Open Source, Love, and Social Responsibility
Incredible thought provoking talk, well delivered, challenging the community at large to be better, without sounding preachy. Very well done.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(25.Feb.2015)
Developing a Reactive Process Manager, Twice
Great speaker and interesting topic, evident by the may discussions and debates afterwards. Looking forward to learning more about the topic and scala
Rating: 4 of 5 
(14.Apr.2015)
PHP for grown-ups
Good pacing, good subject, good speakervoice. The content itself was a little low level though since I think most people who attend meetups know the SOLID principles pretty well. It is a good talk for a beginner group, but in my opinion, the audience here could have handled more indept use cases (maybe GoF Design Patterns?). A small tip I can give you about your presentation. It's usually better to look at the audience, instead of the screen/slides. Your slides should support your 'story', so try to steer away from falling into the trap of reading out your slides. You seem to have a firm grasp on all the SOLID principles and how they apply, so instead I would suggest just going over them ,what they mean, why they are useful etc etc. All in all I enjoyed it and I think you could be a great speaker.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(01.Jul.2015)
Data migration: How not to leave a legacy
This was an entertaining and insightful talk about the not much discussed topic of data migration. I've never thought there was much to learn about data migration: I was wrong. Even though the subject itself can be a bit dry, Anna brought enough humour with her presentation to keep the crowd interested and engaged. My one small gripe would be that even though the talk started off strong with a good storyline, the storyline kind of felt flat at the end. This might have been because of time constraints (there was a LOT to discuss) or because of technical issues half way through, but it felt that it should have ended stronger. It's the small difference between a very good talk and a great talk.
Rating: 2 of 5 
(28.Aug.2015)
DiversITy Matters
While I value the subject and it's worth discussing, to me the entire presentation fell completely flat. The disparity between the 2 speakers was too overwhelming which gave the talk a very weird dynamic. This would be fine if the message was still strong. Unfortunately to me it seemed the message got lost in personal stories, weird statistics and one sided audience interaction. Why was there no mention of cultural issues, the pipeline problem and (especially in the Netherlands) the glass ceiling/ the part time carreer woman. I mention carreer woman because, while the talk claimed to be about diversity, it seems to only focus the "lacking" mixture of women in the workplace. I appreciate the effort and I do think this topic is worth way more attention and discussion, but I doubt we get there when the premise of the talk is: either you're with us, or against us. It felt preachy and it made me feel very uncomfortable.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(28.Aug.2015)
Full-Text Search and Sphinx (the search engine)
Great well paced talk, good content, good speaker, great sponsor: everything a good meetup should be.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(29.Sep.2015)
Introduction to Rust
Great dry delivery, just enough info for a lightning talk. Could have been great with a bit more examples
Rating: 5 of 5 
(02.Feb.2016)
Drinks and food
Perfect verzorgd
Rating: 4 of 5 
(23.Feb.2016)
Elixir for 'Web-ish' Applications
Great talk and very easy to follow, even for those of us who have not been exposed to functional programming that much. The one thing that I would comment on is that the speaker kept looking at his notes if he forgot something. Seeing as he talked very naturally about everything, this seemed unnecessary and gave the false illusion that the speaker was very unprepared. Next time, just trust that you know what you're talking about and just go from there :)
Rating: 4 of 5 
(29.Apr.2016)
Modelling by example
Enjoyed the talk quite a lot. I think it convinced the audience quite well how powerful a behaviour driven design can be. The basics were explained fairly well, but I think for someone who has never been exposed to BDD or the Gherkin scenarios, it might be a bit too 'magical' as the speaker didn't really explain how the DSL is parsed by Behat and why it works the way it works. Then again this might not have been the goal of the talk. Which brings me to my only real point of critique: I think the speaker could have emphasised more how the design emerged from the examples in accordance with the Talk Title. Rather than focussing on creating a 'working' hangman, in my opinion the real strongpoint of the talk is how the model emerges seemingly without any thought or effort. This can be very powerful in real life scenarios. I think the video presentation worked great, although I can imagine it being even more impactful when doing it live, but as with any live demo, this is prone to disrupting the talk by the slightest error, so imho using the video is a great alternative.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(12.May.2016)
Observatio
I think all the right components were there and seeing it was the first time speaking, Pim did amazing, but his story could use some cleaning up. For one his examples tie in very strongly with the Scrum methodology while I think a lot of his points are true outside the Scrum eco system as well. Let's call them universal truths? I'd love to see the talk rewritten but instead leaving out anything related to Scrum, and just extracting this lessons learned.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(25.May.2016)
Marijn Huizendveld: Why we failed and succeeded to apply DDD within our startup
Amazingly honest talk about all the mistakes made and (hard) lessons learned when doing a startup while applying DDD.principles. Traps you should avoid, but do anyway, wrong aggregate roots, wrong bounded contexts and the most important lesson of all: not listening enough to the Domain Experts. His talk gives a real life look behind the scenes of a startup that wants to do everything The Right Way, applying all these new cool technologies, and the traps it causes. His one take away? Always ask yourself, "why am I doing this". This should be keynote material and conference organizers pay attention!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(03.Jun.2016)
Introduction to D3
Great presentation style, and solid introduction into D3. Speaker shows her passion and enthusiasm when it comes data visualisation, and manages to excite the crowd. Very well done. My one point of improvement would be to give some examples when we would/could/should use it over other 'standard graph' libraries. The amount of options using d3 are seemingly limitless, so it helps us the listener to know when this tool could make the difference.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(24.Jun.2016)
The pro's and cons of highly sensitive people in your organisation
Great start, could use some polishing. Enjoyed the topic
Rating: 3 of 5 
(24.Jun.2016)
Integrating Bounded Contexts
I'm confused what this had to do with Bounded Contexts. Was a good talk but should have had a different name. Something with Domain Events. Also code examples were quite hard to read from the back
Rating: 4 of 5 
(25.Jun.2016)
CQRS and Domain Events for integration
Great talk
Rating: 5 of 5 
(25.Jun.2016)
From doctor to coder: A whole new world?
Impressive for a first talk.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(25.Jun.2016)
Going micro with SF micro kernel
Really liked this talk and the presentation style. Short and sweet
Rating: 4 of 5 
(25.Jun.2016)
Niels van Esch The treacherous road to microservices
Great talk, funny delivery, could use a bit more polishing
Rating: 5 of 5 
(25.Jun.2016)
Microservices: Packs small, plays BIG!
Great talk. Very informative. Brought with a lot of humour. Thoroughly enjoyed it
Rating: 5 of 5 
(25.Jun.2016)
How We Talk About Tech
Brilliant
Rating: 4 of 5 
(25.Jun.2016)
The road to continuous deployment: a case study
Interesting but controversial talk. A lot of food for thought.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(26.Jul.2016)
One Box Doesn't Fit All
Good talk. Good structure, good build-up, good pacing, good amount of information. Could use a little tweaking and cleaning up to make it from good to great.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(23.Aug.2016)
One Box Doesn't Fit All
Clear and Concise. Well polished abstract overview of where scaling can hurt and how you can solve it. Moving from scaling up to scaling out, the road to take and most importantly, why. Talk was delivered with humor and had good pacing. Well done.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(23.Aug.2016)
Future Is A Thing Of The Past
Good talk, but had a few edges that could have been a bit more polished. The jokes were awful, but compensated by the great content. Mitchell has a thorough understanding of Event Sourcing and can share that knowledge with the crowd. If he can keep his overdrive speed of pace in check, he can become an amazing speaker.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(29.Oct.2016)
Micro-services vs. the Distributed Monolith
Great overview of microservices and event driven architecture. Good and clear explanation and also mentioning some of the drawbacks and a little sidestep to EventSourcing. Would have liked it if it went into a little more details of the problems encountered when implementing it, but overall good talk
Rating: 5 of 5 
(30.Oct.2016)
The Stateful ElePHPant
Best LIVE demo ever
Rating: 5 of 5 
(07.Nov.2016)
A Short Rant About The "Else" Statement
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Rating: 4 of 5 
(17.Feb.2017)
Dockerize your unit tests for faster feedback
I had seen one of the earlier adaptations of this talk, and it was quite different and a bit more chaotic than the current version. The version presented here, was clean, very well thought out and straight to the point. Michelangelo does a great job at explaining the problem, and guiding us through the thought process of iteratively improving on the speed at which the unit tests run. He could hit home a bit harder, because it took some time for the audience to 'get' how awesome it is to run your tests in parallel in throw-away containers. Other than that a well presented talk.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(01.Mar.2017)
An Introduction to Elm
Great talk and hands on introduction to Elm. Live coding is always tricky business, but the speaker seemed to have no problem with this at all. The only comment I have, is that some of the more functional aspects were just added without explanation. This is understandable and the speaker explained this beforehand: once you are so engrained in the FP way of doing things, some of the language features seem trivial to you, whilst for others with little to no FP knowledge, they might seem arcane or strange. This is the only area I think that could be improved a bit. The audience seemed to follow along quite easily though, so maybe I'm wrong :)
Rating: 4 of 5 
(08.Apr.2017)
A Developer's Survival Handbook
Very interesting and good talk, but it was missing "something" although I can't put my finger on it, that prevented it from being 5/5
Rating: 4 of 5 
(08.Apr.2017)
What's in a name?
Great talk about conveying purpose behind naming and as the saying goes: every well documented piece of code is a poem to your future self.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(08.Apr.2017)
Flipping Out with Feature Flags and Toggles
Great introduction with hands on examples of how to use feature flags and the many applicable scenarios

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DomCode - June 2017 Jun 26, 2017
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PHP Yorkshire Apr 07, 2017
DomCode 2016 Nov 03, 2016
ScotlandPHP 2016 Oct 28, 2016
Laracon EU 2016 Aug 21, 2016
DomCode - April 2016 Apr 25, 2016
DomCode - August 2015 Aug 24, 2015
DomCode - May 2015 May 25, 2015
DomCode - April 2015 Apr 27, 2015
DomCode - March 2015 Mar 30, 2015
PHP UK Conference 2015 Feb 18, 2015
Endpoint 2014 Sep 04, 2014
Laracon EU 2014 Aug 27, 2014
CodeConnexx 2013 Nov 06, 2013
SymfonyDay 2011 Oct 19, 2011
PFCongres 2011 Sep 16, 2011
CICON2010 Sep 04, 2010
PFCongres 2010 Apr 16, 2010
Kings of Code Jun 29, 2009
BredaPHP meetup 2 May 28, 2015
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