Jordi Martínez Subías

@jmquarck

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Rating: 5 of 5 
(31.Jan.2015)
Trade-offs
Inspirador. La charla perfecta para servir de pórtico a un PHPday.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(31.Jan.2015)
Domain-Driven Design con PHP
Perfecto. Ante un tema complejo como es el DDD, resulta fácil para un mal orador el perderse en los detalles. Carlos ha sido capaz de presentar el porqué de la DDD de la mejor manera posible para los no iniciados, haciendo hincapié en los puntos más relevantes y construyendo un marco mental coherente. No lo parece, por las tablas que demuestra como orador, pero lo que ha conseguido hoy es un logro tremendamente difícil de alcanzar. Podría mejorar el contenido de las diapositivas, aportan poco a las palabras del orador.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(31.Jan.2015)
Dealing with fear in legacy projects
El contenido de la charla es interesante en sí mismo, pero las habilidades limitadas para su exposición por parte del orador la convirtieron en monótona y aburrida.
Rating: 2 of 5 
(31.Jan.2015)
Detrás del backend
A pesar de lo relevante del tema expuesto, la charla resultó aburrida. Probablemente el orador sepa mucho de lo que habla, pero no ha sabido generar interés. Ante un auditorio de más de 200 personas no se puede hablar como se haría en una charla a compañeros de trabajo. Hay que plantear un objetivo para la charla y construir un relato que lleve a los oyentes desde un problema, expuesto al principio, hasta una conclusión. Para alcanzar dicha conclusión se harán necesarias las herramientas, métodos o desarrollos que conforman el contenido de la charla, y por eso se incluye en el programa del evento.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(31.Jan.2015)
PHP7
Brillante.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(31.Jan.2015)
Ecosistema de desarrollo en PHP con Docker y Ansible
El orador es buenísimo, pero le faltó algo de tiempo de preparación al contenido de la charla porque los fallos que no la hicieron perfecta (no funcionó la demo, no quedó claro en todo momento el código que se enseñaba o por qué Docker es un cambio de paradigma tan importante, como dijo al final) parecen fácilmente subsanables con más de tiempo previo al evento.
Rating: 0 of 5 
(31.Jan.2015)
Como es GO visto desde PHP
El orador habló demasiado deprisa, quizá porque quería decir muchas cosas de las que se pueden decir bien en el tiempo del que disponía. Aun así, creo que es un chocante incluir en un evento de PHP una charla en la que apenas se habló de él. Sentí como si hubiera ido a al cine a ver una película de Spider-man y me encontrara con que matan al Trepamuros a los cinco minutos de peli y el resto cuenta una aventura de Daredevil. Quizá una peli de Daredevil sea muy interesante, pero no era la que fui a ver. Si se quiere hacer esto bien quizás habría que organizar un evento de desarrollo web más general, incorporando esos temas que mencionó (tiempo real, streaming de datos, etc) y que no se pueden hacer con PHP. O hacer un evento para devops, o de móviles, etc. Pero, en mi opinión, resulta insólito asistir a un evento sobre PHP donde se invita a los asistentes (con toda probabilidad programadores PHP o interesados en serlo) a pasarse a otro lenguaje. Si tan interesante es Go, ¿por qué no dedicarle su propio evento?
Rating: 5 of 5 
(31.Jan.2015)
Esteganografía: ocultando información en PHP
Excelentísima, extravagante, divertidísima.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(31.Oct.2015)
Hexagonal Architecture - Message-oriented software design
Very inspiring and excellently paced speech.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(31.Oct.2015)
Learn design then test drive
Very energising talk followed by an even more inspiring answers to attendants open questions. Definitively an excellent, deeply informed speaker.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(31.Oct.2015)
What changed internally?
Quite an informative talk about a topic hardly related to my everyday work. The speaker's monotone and slow pace ultimately made the talk hard to follow.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(31.Oct.2015)
From PHP to machine code
Not direcly useful topic but the speaker's energy and the topic itself became very open-minding. Great!
Rating: 4 of 5 
(31.Oct.2015)
Beyond design patterns
A theoretical topic explained in a very understandable way. Useful to make me think although it will hardly change my every day work immediately. The speaker might have put a little more effort in producing more appealing slides, they were stern and mostly plain text.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(31.Oct.2015)
Towards Modelling Processes
Interesting topic and talk, full of real-life examples. The cons were that there was too much material covered, less examples but more pacely explained to people that mught not have that specific business processes background might have help to better follow the talk. The slides definitively need more effort to make them visually appealing and informative, since they are supposed to complement what speaker says.
Rating: 2 of 5 
(31.Oct.2015)
My gremlin ate my graph
The topic lacked of a clear directin from the beginning, making me think what was the speaker's intention. Now I keep wondering. At the end of the talk became clear that this stuff can be useful but I would have probably preferred a topic about that usefulness, with real examples, than the explanation about the language syntax that was given.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(31.Oct.2015)
Skyscanner Journey - From code jungle to state of the art
Interesting talk about a real case scenario with a lot of description and a very little intention. Maybe the speaker should have wondered why this is an example to talk about more than just plain explaining it.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(31.Oct.2015)
Rapid REST API development with Symfony
Nothing exactly new explained. A very trained speaker that maybe expected a less educated audience. Although I may sincerely believe the talk was not a commercial presentation of the speaker's bundles and tools, he did not show any particular point or feature that was specific to his own work.
Rating: 2 of 5 
(31.Oct.2015)
From SQL to NoSQL
An introductory presentation that I did not really needed from an excellent speaker. Slides definitively needed more effort, they were mostly plain text. Bearing in mind this was an introductory presentation, it is hard to believe there is no better material available to support it.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(31.Oct.2015)
Meet a parallel, asynchronous PHP world
Brilliant contents, speaker and slides about quite a hot topic.
Rating: 2 of 5 
(31.Oct.2015)
SPL: The undiscovered library - Exploring datastructures
I am not sure the speaker was aware of the audience he was talking to, because he explained a supposedly useful topic in quite a boring way, with no real examples. In fact, it was deeply surprising to me that the only reason given to adopt a so useful and unused library, as he repeatedly pointed, was performance. Why not to show really convincing examples? Slides were mostly plain text, more effort would have been appreciated. On the other hand, it was a pleasuere to listen to a gentleman giving his speach on stage.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(31.Oct.2015)
The road to continuous deployment
Excellent description of a real situation, quite similar to the ones we face every day at work. Also a very good speaker. Slides could be improved putting some more effort on it.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(31.Oct.2015)
The PHP7 Story
Interesting speach by a very trained speaker. I would have appreciated more time of the speach dedicated to explain the new funcionalities the new version of PHP includes.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(07.Oct.2017)
Towards an inclusive craft
A topic worth talking longer, thanks to provoke discussion on it.
Rating: 2 of 5 
(07.Oct.2017)
Understanding the learning path
Attended to it in a Php conference some time ago, but then the speaker looked more motivated.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(07.Oct.2017)
Tackling transactions in Microservices applications
Brilliant. I am surely applying what I learnt in my job.

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phpDay Spain 2015 Jan 30, 2015
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