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Rating: 4 of 5 
(18.Aug.2018)
Apple, Butter, Darmok: A communications primer for developers
I could be wrong, and you may have surveyed this ahead of time... but I think in a room full of tech people, a lot of people were already familiar with the Darmok episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation. It gave a very slow start. But if you ever tire of developing, maybe there's a place for you in off-Broadway :) As always, though, you are spot on.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(18.Aug.2018)
Climbing the Abstract Syntax Tree
Wow. That was deep and I learned a lot. I never really thought about the parsing phase using RegEx. I have a much deeper respect for the core dev team! It's pretty dense, so thanks for sharing the slides. I'll probably need to go through it several times to soak it up. Thank you for mentioning the extensions. I'm going to make use of them.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(18.Aug.2018)
Practical PHP Deployment with Jenkins
I think I saw an earlier version of your presentation at Lone Star. It was good, but I think you've tweaked some things I couldn't put my finger on and now it is even better. I think I got much more out of it this time, so good work! Maybe there were more screen shots this time that helped. Thank you for sharing your slides.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(18.Aug.2018)
How PHP Ticks
Good job sharing your slides at the beginning. I think this should be a trend since sometimes projectors fail, tall people sit in front of someone, or they are just unable to see well. It was a good save for the under-powered projectors.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(18.Aug.2018)
Double Loop: TDD & BDD Done Right
Your hand-out was a good idea. It's a great chart and nice to refer to when you are on other slides. The slightly-heavier paper it was printed on said "hey, this is important, you should grab a copy". :) Thank you for sharing your slides.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(18.Aug.2018)
Big Iron: PHP Lessons from Cold War Supercomputing
Wow. That was fun. That could easily be a two or three hour event. :) Thanks for sharing your slides and the Cray video. I walked in late, so you may have covered it... but I think a lot of PHP developers may not know what "registers" are. Most of the presentation builds on that. Either way, it's amazing how far technology has come in the span of one career. Thanks for sharing your stories.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(18.Aug.2018)
ES6 and Beyond for PHP Developers
This was excellent, and one of the more informative talks. Over the years, a lot of us have eschewed JavaScript and have a lot of catching up to do. I liked that your talk was kind of modular. If someone got lost on a part it was okay... you would move on to something new and they could mentally reset. I hope to see more in the future.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(15.Sep.2018)
10 Things You Didn't Know You Could Do With Composer
Your talk helped me understand much of the "why" things in Composer are the way they are... and class mapping is going to be on my list of things to implement this year. Your slides were very good (thanks for sharing them) and your presentation was well-rehearsed.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(15.Sep.2018)
Machine Learning on AWS (for Noobs) with PHP
Excellent overview, and a neat project to demonstrate with. Nice slide deck (thank you for sharing). In 30 minutes, you conveyed what would have taken me weeks to sift through on my own. I feel like some of those projects I've been meaning to get around to might have a leg up now. Thanks!

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