I wish you had gone into more detail about ANN, and perhaps a little less about Symfony (but thanks for the link to the BoardHelper library!); for a technical talk there wasn't enough on network weights, how they are calculated, backwards propagation, etc.
However, it was presented well and it certainly captured my interest - because of this talk I will definitely be researching this topic a lot more with a hope of implementing it in a pet-project somewhere!
I personally would have liked a little more on implementing a library such as Yohang's or Winzou's, but the explanation of how one is constructed was more than enough really.
Absolutely brilliant talk that Chris spoke passionately about the entire way through, which was evident by the way he engaged with the audience.
Although I will be sticking with React I really did enjoy seeing the amount of abuse that can be taken by generators, especially with the live speed-coding - keep doing that at all your talks!
This was one of the best talks at the conference in my opinion.
Taking such a large and complicated subject, Sarah guided you through the entire process that more like a storytelling competition that a technical manual - there are concepts that I struggled with using just the Symfony documentation, but felt embarrassed with how simple she managed to make them sound.
I think her position as head of SensioLabs University is definitely well-founded.
Shame about the timing between the two tracks, would loved to have heard more from this talk.
Despite being a "marketing" talk he was obviously passionate and knowledgeable. Would have been brilliant if he had more time to do his demos and talk more about LXC containers.
Great stage presence :)