Most of the talk was obvious to me - however I didn't know about the named placeholders - obviously $matches is so much better.... *ahem*
It should perhaps have mentioned the problem with $ - in that it can contain a newline - see http://blog.php-security.org/archives/76-Holes-in-most-preg_match-filters.html
Great talk - perhaps my favourite (with my non-coding hat on).
Your honesty was really useful, as it's often hard to find such insights into project management.
I had heard of twittex - but must have looked when it was 10p a message and thought it was interesting, but perhaps too expensive. I don't use twitter anyway.
Seemed fixated on register globals and didn't cover other non security code review issues (perhaps I didn't read the overview well?)
Some of the example questions weren't answerable without additional knowledge which we couldn't have.
Felt the first half of the talk was too basic - everyone in the room should have done all this before. I was hoping for more php specific tools to help with eg programming.
Doccodegen and a few of the other topics covered were useful though.
Good talk. I kept thinking I'd seen it before - and realised I had in Barcelona where I think he had a similar afternoon. I didn't learn all that much from the talk - but the q&a's afterwards were very useful.
Talk resonated well with my own experiences of unit testing. I liked the focus on real world functional testing - although perhaps this implies for websites you only ever do selenium tests and nothing at a function / class level ?
Unitary looks like a nice useful tool - but isn't likely to replace Jenkins / automated tests for me.
Nice introduction - it seems interesting and I'm a Propel user :)
Touching on some of the more advanced parts would have been useful - eg does doctrine support any form of behaviours - eg soft deletable and so on.
Nice talk, lots of good content. I think it would have been better of you'd been able to profile a 'real' PHP app which has performance problems (eg db being slow or inefficient remote calls) - you could have then led the audience through analysis and identification and so on. e g showing a before and after calligraph.
contained some useful links for vagrant box building and taught me a few new vagrant tricks, so useful.
The title of the talk was a bit misleading however - "vagrant for php revs" might have been more accurate.