Don't click! Code!

Lukas Kahwe Smith (01.Jun.2011 at 15:45)
Talk at International PHP Conference 2011 Spring Edition (English - UK)

Rating: 4 of 5

The availability of countless CMS written in PHP has been a key driving factor in the success of the language. End users can put together amazingly complete solutions with just a few clicks. However there is no CMS solution out there that can compete in feature depth while at the same time providing an enjoyable development environment: Enter Symfony2 CMF! A CMS framework for developers.

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Rating: 5 of 5

01.Jun.2011 at 16:31 by Sebastian Schürmann (9 comments)

Finally got some live info. Maybe using a remote would attribute to the performance.
Serious stuff was presented in a way i liked.
That one needs a workshop format asap to get more devs up to speed And in the contribution mode.
Totally liked it. Serious cms in php has a future ;)

Rating: 3 of 5

02.Jun.2011 at 08:16 by Christof Damian (16 comments) via api

Very fast paced talk about the state of the CMF

Rating: 4 of 5

02.Jun.2011 at 08:17 by Christof Damian (16 comments) via api

Very fast paced talk about the state of the CMF

Rating: 4 of 5

02.Jun.2011 at 15:06 by Jörg Basedow (48 comments)

Very informative overview of the progress in the CMF project. I'm looking forward to see in in action. It seems that the project contributors are doing a good job to build a high quality framework.

Very good speaker and presentation.

Rating: 4 of 5

03.Jun.2011 at 09:48 by Anonymous

Interessting talk.

Rating: 5 of 5

03.Jun.2011 at 10:49 by Roy Kaldung (24 comments)

I like that kind of talks, only essential information on the slides, focus on the important facts.

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06.Jun.2011 at 07:49 by Lukas Kahwe Smith (38 comments)

@cdamian: sorry if i went too fast, should have reminded everyone to ask questions during the talk to slow me down. btw .. you commented/rated twice.

@root: i am actually very glad to hear that. i always feel like i fail the audience since these days so many slide decks focus a lot on entertainment value, which i am not so keen on delivering.

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