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Rating: 4 of 5 
(10.Jun.2010)
Building a social networking site with Drupal
Good talk, however Marcus goes very fast (understandable he's trying to accomplish a lot) he might be better served by having a sidekick that can help people catch up with him or at least sharing the slides and instructions.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(11.Jun.2010)
Evolution of Web Security: Fundamentals, Emerging Trends, and Ideas for the Future
I had heard that Chris Shiflett was a great speaker and he did not dissapoint.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(11.Jun.2010)
97 Things Every Programmer Should Know
Very entertaining speaker with good content.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(11.Jun.2010)
Designing for Reusability
Could use more practice, some editting, better slides, has good potential for an 'Advanced OO' talk, not sure if the DPC audience is the right audience for this though.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(11.Jun.2010)
Working with Zend_Form
I concur with marcelvanveelen.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(11.Jun.2010)
Layering Services
The title was a bit misleading, the talk was mostly about abstracting your data access, not really about layering services. For an unprepared talk with no slides the speaker did a good job, would've liked to hear more. Maybe submit to the CfP next year? :)
Rating: 3 of 5 
(11.Jun.2010)
Multithreading in PHP
The short time (due to technical problems) and accent made this talk hard to follow. But kudos to the speaker for getting up there!
Rating: 4 of 5 
(11.Jun.2010)
Under PHP's hood
Great talk, very knowledgable speaker. Slides could use some more work and it would help the people in the back to repeat the questions.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(11.Jun.2010)
Practical Usage of HipHop
Awesome talk, awesome swearing and self-heckling.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(11.Jun.2010)
Web services for consumer devices
The talk was okay, but a little basic, could've used more examples.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(12.Jun.2010)
Security-Centered Design: Exploring the Impact of Human Behavior
Chris didn't dissapoint, very interesting and entertaining talk.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(12.Jun.2010)
Async webservices with php and nodejs
Liked this talk, could've used more preparation.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(12.Jun.2010)
Embracing Constraints with CouchDB
Great talk, good speaker, very engaging.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(12.Jun.2010)
In Search Of... Integrating Site Search
Great talk, Ian kept it understandable for mere mortals and the comparison between search engines was very helpful.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(12.Jun.2010)
Crash! Burn! Recover!
Cal was very brave and unsurprisingly awesome (but he still didn't sell me on Flex).
Rating: 4 of 5 
(12.Jun.2010)
Plant Pyrus in your system - A guide to a plugin system
Interesting talk by Helgi, I was expecting something a litle less high leven and more actual code, but then again Pyrus is still very much alpha it appears. Quality was good.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(20.May.2011)
Caching on the edge
I agree the debug mode was impressive and the content was very interesting, but for a European conference this would need to be either shorter or more interactive.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(20.May.2011)
TDD and getting paid
Good talk as usual from Rowan. Would've liked some more in-depth examples or stories though. It was a shame he had to end his talk early because I believe this talk could've benefited a LOT from Q&A.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(20.May.2011)
Making the new everyday things
What more can I say? Great way to start the day. Very inspirational.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(20.May.2011)
Pursuing Practices of Domain - Driven Design in PHP
More code or perhaps even some interactivity would've helped this talk a lot, the first half was very theoretical, the second half was very Doctrine2 specific.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(20.May.2011)
Inside DocBlox
I finally get to see that guy that fills up my Twitter timeline with awesome stuff. Good talk! DocBlox is an awesome contribution to the PHP community. Grow: - Less pointer would be nice, maybe only for code? - Speak more :) your voice seems to waiver sometimes, lack of confidence? - I think you could've gone a bit faster. - Please remember to repeat the question (though you usually did this). Glow: - Nice interaction with crowd. - Your speech is very understandable and lively. - Good talk.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(20.May.2011)
Public key encryption 101
This was a very interesting talk. I liked the 'under the hood look at HTTPS' and the discussion of the algorithm (although I couldn't quite grasp it in the short time it was discussed). If I could make a recommendation I would focus the talk more on a specific topic, like how does HTTPS work or what is PGP and how is it important or the role of signing in web services.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(21.May.2011)
Profiling PHP Applications
Thank you for a good presentation.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(21.May.2011)
First Class APIs
I liked the content, but it was pretty tough to follow yesterdays keynote.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(21.May.2011)
Optimising a Zend Framework application
Good talk, liked the simple actions you can take. The Q&A bit at the end was very appropriate for this type of talk too.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(21.May.2011)
Bugfixing for Zend Framework
See above.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(21.May.2011)
API driven Zend Framework app
I thought the length of the talk was good enough, 45 minutes might've been too long for this talk. Mike is an experienced and confident speaker. The topic was interesting if a bit basic.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(21.May.2011)
Tasks, daemons, light blubs
Good talk. Would've liked to see more of the lightbulb stuff though. And I didn't quite get how the Daemon was better / different from the alternatives. Could've benefited from more time.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(07.Jun.2012)
Creating Re-usable Modules for Zend Framework 2
I've wanted to go to a MWOP tutorial for some time now and finally got to go! Matthew is an all round nice guy and an excellent speaker who takes wifi failures and live coding in his stride. The technical expertise is unrivaled and it is no wonder his tutorials are always sold out. That said, one improvement I would have made, from experience giving workshops, is to move away from having people typing in code and to get people to solve actual small problems using something like unit tests. For instance there was a small flaw in the example that when a directory was not defined or writable to the server the contact form would give a cryptic fatal error, chasing this bug down was fun and taught me a lot about the ServiceManager and DI in ZF2. Regardless, enjoyed the talk a lot. A++ would go again.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(08.Jun.2012)
Programming Style and Your Brain
Saw it YUI Theater already, even better IRL.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(08.Jun.2012)
PhoneGap
Poorly prepared, run through of capabilities could've been gotten off the website. Liked the getting started from scratch approach, but again, could've been better prepared.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(08.Jun.2012)
OAuth: A Question of Trust
Lorna is an awesome presenter, the topic was really interesting and Lorna explained it well. One suggestion I would make for future versions might be to include actual practical run throughs of the different flows. Also for someone who loves SSL I would expect Joind.in to be HTTPS by default ;).
Rating: 5 of 5 
(08.Jun.2012)
Annotating with Annotations
Very interesting talk, nicely delivered, you could clearly see this is a pro talking.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(08.Jun.2012)
Aspect-Oriented Programming in PHP
Very interesting talk, nicely delivered, you could clearly see this is a pro talking.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(08.Jun.2012)
Social Media APIs
I thought this was interesting because I work with some of this technology, but I can imagine this is not what others expected.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(25.Jan.2013)
Inside the Symfony 2 DIC and Config
This talk didn't deliver on it's promise to go 'beyond adding custom services' and seemed to go very slowly, only getting interesting in the last half hour. However my colleagues that were inexperienced in Symfony2 liked the level and pace of this workshop.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(10.May.2013)
Getting to ASVS2, secure PHP development in practice
I'm going to do this in English because I think this speaker should submit more to international conferences :). This talk was the main reason I came to this meeting and it did not dissapoint. The speaker spoke at a pleasant tone and with enough humor and stories to keep it interesting. He seems to have enough technical chops to tackle these difficult problems. He even handled a 'correction' on a minor detail from the audience pretty gracefully. The only improvement I can think of for this speaker is to try this in English. The material was interesting and very humble (here is how we got from a bad situation to a better situation). I would've liked more in-depth coverage but clearly I was a minority in the audience. I agree with an earlier reviewer that one improvement could be more code for such a technical minded audience. Speaking as an (occasional) speaker, trainer and a selection comittee member for the Dutch PHP Conference, I would very much like this speaker submit to more international events.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(10.May.2013)
An introduction to Laravel 4
I agree with the previous reviewers. Good job for a first time! You seemed nervous and moved around a lot, I expect you'll quickly improve with practice though. You handled questions on things that you simply didn't know pretty gracefully (these things will always happen, if you don't know, you don't know) however next time you may try enlisting the audience to help you. As for the content, as a veteran of many frameworks you haven't really convinced me to try Laravel. Try picking on other frameworks, "look at all this obtuse code you need for Symfony in this example, here is the same in Laravel!". Again, good job!
Rating: 4 of 5 
(07.Jun.2013)
Titanium Tutorial
I'm just getting started with mobile development but cross platform development with JavaScript sounded attractive. The material was very good, hampered a bit by the spotty wifi and the unavailability of Twitter data, but the speakers managed to work around it nicely. The speakers were clearly very experienced developers that know their stuff, however the workshop was hardly interactive. One possible point for improvement might be to (especially in such a small audience with ample time) involve the audience more. My favorite part was the last part, unscripted 'how I refactored this app', 'have you thought about custom schemes as a way of cross-platform intents?' and interesting Q&A. They certainly convinced me to try Titanium for my next app.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(07.Jun.2013)
A Web Of Identity
I liked the ideas in this keynote, embracing and extending native and taking different contexts into account, but did not feel empowered afterwards knowing how to do this. It's like the author picked up a trinket you built, turned it, held it up to the light, told you that "here, have you thought about improving this?" and then left without telling us how, which leaves you feeling a bit down. Still a good talk by a good speaker and some interesting challenges for the future.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(07.Jun.2013)
Cheater's Math
Fun talk by a very experienced speaker. Only feedback I can think of is to bring a laser pointer next time ;).
Rating: 5 of 5 
(08.Jun.2013)
Getting your toolbox together
Disclaimer: Daan is my colleague so I can be a bit harsher because he knows where it's coming from :). Some feedback, note that I think this is just because this is your first talk for such a large audience: You were pacing and speaking a little fast. You mentioned some minor glitches, if you hadn't mentioned it I wouldn't have noticed, but you did, so I did. This talk was contained a lot of text slides and might have benefitted from showing by example. The title is misleading and you don't mention Vagrant and chef in it, you run the risk of dissapointing people who come looking for vim tips or whatever. Loved the "here is the official stuff, here is what it actually means". Loved the looping back to the beginning. Loved repeating the question. Well done Daan! I came looking to learn more on Chef and left knowing more :). Now how about an advanced Symfony or relational backbone talk? ;)
Rating: 5 of 5 
(08.Jun.2013)
Device Advice
I came hoping to get some well thought out advice on what devices should you currently be testing on and best practices for testing and this speaker certainly delivered. Some tools (like Edge Inspect, Ghostlab and browserlabs) and best practices were introduced and a lot of attention was given to open device labs. As for the qualities of the speaker, he appeared very calm and knowledgable. Maybe for a change this speaker can try to be more animated? One thing I would have liked to hear more on is best practices across Open Device Labs.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(24.Jan.2014)
Working with PhpStorm
Been using PHPStorm for a while, but never sat down to 'read the manual'. Some awesome 'tips & tricks' in this workshop! And a complete downloadable tutorial that I can use to follow along and check out when I get back home. It went really fast though, Maarten mentioned that there was enough content for 12 hours, felt like it. Also I felt like a second class citizen as an OS X user, couldn't replicate some functionality simply because I didn't get the shortcut. Possible improvement might be to get attendees to demo / shout out their own best features (someone mentioned CMD + ~, which is awesome, I would suggest 'pstorm' command). Or a 'Code Kata' style follow along, to get navigation 'in the fingers'. Ask the OS X users to find the accompanying OS X shortcut and shout it out after your story. Just a little more interactivity could liven up the workshop.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(23.Jan.2015)
Making the World a Smarter Place with IoT
Really fun workshop! Josh mentioned that it was usually 12 hours and I could imagine having fun hacking 8 more hours with the stuff. Especially for someone unfamiliar with Arduino and Johnny Five the Nitrogen stuff was good to know and have seen and used the basic example but a little too advanced. A second trainer would have been useful at times (there was quite a queue) though the small size meant that you could ask around and someone could help out. Also some of the examples has a few bugs in them (PR coming!) and a single page md document might have made it more easier to follow. Awesome workshop, thanks!
Rating: 4 of 5 
(24.Jun.2016)
Containerizing a production environment - Part 1
Startup was rough for the majority of the room with OS X, but after that it was nice to go at your own pace but have experts nearby to help you out when you get stuck.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(24.Jun.2016)
Containerizing a production environment - Part 2
Was nice to go at your own pace but have experts nearby to help you out when you get stuck.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(24.Jun.2016)
Build your own Recommendation Engine with Neo4j and Reco4PHP
Would've like more info on Neo4j and in depth info on Cypher queries.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(24.Jun.2016)
Solving Cross-Cutting Concerns in PHP
Brilliant content.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(01.Jul.2017)
Uncon: Analysing your logs with ELK and Docker
Content was very interesting! Melvin spoke well and down to earth, you could tell he had practical experience with this that he was sharing insight into something that is very applicable to just about every developer: troubleshooting performance issues in a hurry with ELK and Docker. This talk was limited by 2 things: not enough seats! Very popular talk. And not enough preparation, which is fine for an uncon but I hope he gets the chance to speak as a speaker and fully work out this talk. Disclaimer: I used to work with Melvin
Rating: 5 of 5 
(01.Jul.2017)
Zero Knowledge; Meeting the Growing Demand for Security and Privacy in a National Security World
I did not expect this talk to be about the *implementation* of a zero knowledge application and was pleasantly surprised.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(01.Jul.2017)
Nuclear powered software security
Great way to introduce designing for security and security principles, comparing to the physical world was very entertaining.

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