I thought it was a good talk, and it has inspired me to do more research into both tools. Some new ideas (for me at least).
Would have liked a bit more on NginX as a server but maybe not the focus of the talk anyhow.
Was a very good oversight into DDD, picked up a lot of useful practical advice and new ways of thinking about things. Maybe could be improved with a few more practical or interactive sections, like when we mapped the value objects on the schedule, which was very interesting. Cheers Mathias!
Useful just to go through the bullet points in the slides and for the links to the package checklist websites. I thought the pace was fine, didn't quite get the virtual package section at the end but that's something I can now research.
I enjoyed this talk a lot. I think it follows on from Konstantine's other presentations on Modelling by Example, which I had already tried to put into practice. Because of this, the first half was a bit slow for me, but would be a good clear introduction to others.
I particularly appreciated the end half when giving examples of the code evolving and being refactored into examples. Everyone writing code today should be aware of this concept of working, albeit not necessarily worth the work for small throwaway style projects.
Very knowledgeable, I learnt quite a lot as I only had a vague idea about event sourcing. Struggled to hear unfortunately which made it hard sometimes to keep up.
Some live code examples (or simulations ) would have been great to demonstrate the prices of collecting events, projecting them, then re-running them.
I think it's such a a shame that the limits we have imposed on our industry is stifling creativity, innovation and limiting our collective contribution to the wider world. I join Kayla and many attendees that would love to see more diversity in my work place. Kayla delivered a very personal talk on an important issue which was emotional and sincere. Thank you for the talk!
One of my favourite talks at the conference, made me think about things I'd never looked into and didn't think world be possible in PHP! Entertaining delivery in what could be a very dry and mathsy topic. Thank you!
Excellent talk, and good to see docker-compose examples. Much of the getting started stuff I had already worked out by now, still it was good to affirm my understanding, and great live demos!
I really learnt a lot looking at how you used Docker in a production environment, and how you deploy with it. Thanks!
I liked the slides, and examples of personal experiences. Thanks for all the work you have done for the community! I learnt that it's hard to balance people's expectations, maintain highly used projects and not burn out. Next time I find an issue in a third party code base I will try to be more respectful of everything that maintainer has done, or better yet offer to help if I can!
One of my favourite talks. It's really interesting how some software techniques have stood the test of time and have been applied to many tools and languages. My big take away was its much more valuable to learn these principles and practices that can be applied to many technologies and business domains, rather than the coolest framework/tool/language. All the topics covered are very interesting and large themselves, I think the topic of the talk would be better suited as an ENTIRE two day conference, with more scope for workshops and not an hour long talk! I'd definitely attend though if you do make it into a conference ;)
This was a great session, really invaluable to see the event storming process and quite fun too. It was also illuminating to see some of the business model for Inviqa laid out on the walls like that. I felt it could have gone on a bit longer, maybe running into the next session too as I believe the room was empty?
Good potential, and clearly many people were interested as the room was very full, but a shame it wasn't given more time! I liked the video but sadly couldn't hear it at the back of the room either! Hopefully I'll get the chance to hear it another time, maybe an enlightening lunch or training day?
A funny and engaging introduction to domain modelling in FP, I liked the examples. At times I thought it was a bit confusing but that could be because it can be a confusing topic. I would like to see a more complete example codebase (not in the presentation, just for learning purposes) or have a workshop dedicated to modelling in FP. Maybe we could try this as a kata in code club? I'm also curious as to how easy it will be to migrate the models if the domain changes or we get more business insight.
Learnt a lot about kanban-ing, the most important take home being to make it work for you and your team - there is no off-the-shelf template.
Good discussion coming from the team, with lots of experience and ideas.
Great CI/CD introduction, speaking from lots of experience and with lots of knowledge. Explained the benefits and pitfalls of various different approaches.
I would suggest explaining acronyms at least once, even if some of them seem obvious, e.g. QA, UAT...
A great unconference talk, something I didn't know existed but good to learn about. I would like to see some live examples of browsers stopping or preventing content loading but I will have to look something up for myself :)
My favourite talk so far, a lot of learning to be had and entertainingly delivered. The delivery was occasionally slightly stuttered and sometimes you seemed a bit nervous but you needn't be because the talk was very inspiring!
I really like the product, it was the most inspiring talk of the day because of the product you have created. I'm looking forward to using it as a teaching aid too. You should be more confident with your delivery next time :)
A good start to the day, showcasing some ideas to improve performance for your PHP project. Very well delivered and a good pace. Maybe a bit graph heavy towards the start? Some more live examples might make it more exciting in the future?