Doctrine ORM Good Practices and Tricks


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good talk! thank you ocramius!

Alessandro Lai at 16:47 on 16 May 2015

Great tall, it was really informative even for experienced users, and a great source for discussions and insights

Great talk, a lot of great tips

Anonymous at 16:58 on 16 May 2015

If this man is a guru there is a clear reason.
Clear, smart, useful. A lot of to-do in my next coding.

Anonymous at 18:05 on 16 May 2015

Anonymous at 19:58 on 16 May 2015

Doctrine ORM best practices? This was much more than that. It was not JUST about Doctrine or ORM. These best practices have the potential to shape lots of design choices.
Suggestion for the title: "The 7 sins of ORM-based projects you shoud confess."
7 stars are OK?

IMHO the best talk of the event. New and interesting ideas, perfect slides, clear and understandable esposition. You may not agree with everything that the speaker said, but the presentation was excellent.

Great talk, mainly because it called into question a lot of my word. Yes, someone may not agree with what was explained, but the presentation was great and I learned a lot.

When you walk out of the room telling yourself "oh god I've been doing it all wrong" you know it was a good talk. Appreciated the q&a as well.

Anonymous at 15:17 on 17 May 2015

Great talk!

One of the best talk I've ever attended.
Clean, precise, full of good practitecs you can adopt immediately.
Marco was easy to understand and the talk illustrates good practites highlighting why they are the right way to deal with an ORM.

Maybe the best talk of the conference. I like how Marco doesn't have a problem with expressing a view that is maybe not always popular among developers. A brilliant talk.

Useful, practical and clear talk. One of the best at conference.

Simple but useful, it was a good recap of good practices. Thx

Very interesting talk. Speaker pointed out an important stuff, he showed a way he do it. I liked the design and implementation part of the talk.

I need to re-think and improve some of my OOD choices like "eager loading" and "soft deleting".

Also I will start to use ODT and start to respect the LOD more :)

Strong technical content conjugating tools and design lessons, probably the best talk of the conference.

very useful talk. ocramius is a great speaker

I agree with Giorgio, best talk of the conf

Really good talk!

Title is bit misleading, I was 5 minutes late and really didn't notice any Doctrine in the talk :)

Great talk, full of useful information and example

Anonymous at 11:21 on 20 May 2015

pure gold

The best talk I've attended this year.
I was really happy to hear that I'm on the right way about how to use Doctrine properly.
Now imho nobody has an alibi if he uses Doctrine Entities as property bag.