Interesting reference to the sushi chef! Love it that he likes the making of it as wel as seeing people eat it. Laravel (and its related services/docs) receive that love for perfection also.
For a lot of people Spark wasn't really a surprise anymore, however it was nice to get it demonstrated during the talk.
I was kind of amazed how long the list of languages/tools/etc., a developer has to deal with nowadays, got.
Love the Way of thinking, "make/keep it simple(r)" and don't feel stupid when an asshole says you shouldn't have done things the way yóu did.
Jeffrey is a great speaker in his Laracasts and the Laravel podcasts, but also on stage. Like the humor he puts in. Would love to see him on stage more.
Totally agree with Luke Lowrey about the monotonous tone and speeking to fast, so it felt like putting a 80 minutes talk into 60 minutes.
Content of the talk was too basic, could have been more advanced at start.
Well done! Easy to understand the problems shown. The coloring for each role made it easy to understand the slides.
Goog insights on how to improve the relationship between developer, manager, client and the application users.
Well done Freek, nice live example. You did not look like a firsttimer. Great way how you've explained the grandfather-father-son by using an image.
Would only recommend to use 'php artisan' instead of your alias in the presentation.
Nothing more than the current state of content management. I've missed an example of metadata in the HTML structure too. Would have been easier to show why it sucks than having to explain how it should be added to the elements.