Jonas Erlandsson

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Rating: 4 of 5 
(27.Aug.2016)
Keynote
Generally I think it was a great talk! I think you should have had more time (so no critics towards you) for the opening keynote so that you could've talked more about the future, the reason why you're bundling vueJS, with Laravel and what not. I haven't seen the US talk and maybe you talk about that stuff there. I also agree with Karins' comment stating that "It also felt a bit like leftovers, considering how often the speaker mentioned he was just telling us things he didn't have time to talk about at Laracon US. "
Rating: 2 of 5 
(27.Aug.2016)
Bringing User Stories To Life
This talk felt a bit clunky. I didn't really get the point so finally I left. Unfortunately the sound system on that stage had some issues and I found most talk quite hard to hear, which obviously didn't make it easier for either Gemma as a speaker, or me as a listener. I think the topic is very interesting and I'd love to hear a v2.0 some time.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(27.Aug.2016)
How To Avoid Database Migration Hell
I picked up some interesting thoughts, but I agree with Luke Lowrey. It felt a bit too basic. Migrations is one of the first things one (should) learn when working with Laravel, so maybe I wasn't the targeted listener for this, but I also think that people visiting Laracon have at least a bit more knowledge about the framework and thus it felt a bit too beginner-friendly. Also the speaker talked about putting seed data into the migrations, which I never seen of even heard of (doesn't mean people never does it though). I would love to see some more in depth regarding how to splitting stuff, the reasoning behind it and how to do it, instead of explaining what those things are.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(27.Aug.2016)
Varnish For PHP Developers
Love this talk! I think that Mattias had a great way of intriguing the audience and he explained Varnish very well. For me, as a havent-even-touched-varnish-once listener it was awesome! The only minus point (and the reason I don't want to give it all thumbs up) is that there was quite some talk about stuff being "Chinese" - which I consider not that suitable for a conference. I would consider chosing another word for saying that things are hard to understand (like mumbo jumbo or whatever). To me it's not that a professional expression to use.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(27.Aug.2016)
Modern Frontend UI with Vue.JS
I love talks that isn't a walk through on how to use a specific library/framework/whatever. I'm much more of a philosophy- and "Why I chose this path"-oriented type of guy. I would love to hear a bit more about the roadmap, and obstacles you've run into on your journey. Workshop: The workshop was really nice. Even though I would have wished for a bit more in depth guidances and a bit more "this is what we'll do, and you'll get 20 minutes to see if you can get this ${topic} together and then we'll walk through it together"...
Rating: 5 of 5 
(27.Aug.2016)
Please Understand Me
I only saw the latter part of this talk. But it got me think both two and three times about how I spend my time. I liked a lot that Mattias talked about the importance of the code and that we as programmers should take the code seriously. I've met with a lot of programmers that belives in "whatever makes this shit run"...
Rating: 4 of 5 
(27.Aug.2016)
Making the Most Out of MySQL
Really good tips and I learned a lot about virtual columns that I had absolutely no idea about :-) It was a great talk!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(27.Aug.2016)
How To Effectively Grow A Development Team
Great slides, Great insight, Great topic and Great speaker. It was just Great! And again... Great slides! :-)
Rating: 5 of 5 
(27.Aug.2016)
Curing The Common Loop (With Collection Pipelines)
Awesome talk about how to actually make code more readable. It felt very well prepared and as I said directly to Adam, it's nice to see someone else love the collections and use it the same way that I do! Every Laravel developer should use its' awesome functionality for kind of this stuff. Adam should be part of the Certifications program somehow if you ask me. It was just that good. Hi5! :-)

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