Cool, I think I'll try rabbit
Thanks for all the feedback folks - I would just like to add that my "Low Latency Logging" talk is a talk about logging methodologies, and exploring RabbitMQ itself was not really my intention.
However! If you would like to learn more about RabbitMQ, I encourage you to watch my Nomad PHP EU talk in December, which you can register for here: https://nomadphp.com/2014/09/19/nomadphp-2014-12-eu/
For me, one of the best talk of brno conf 2014, hands on. You and Marco Pivetta really presented well prepared, with lots of information and with great public interaction.
Started like fun presentation but ended without any result, it was easy to show the bad (funny) part but there was no clarity at the end. How it helped, whether you were able to bring new features whilst trying to refactor, how you persuade management to throw full support for your project.
Great presentation, really showed what problems had to be tackled and basically that CI is not one month project but it needs continuity.
I really enjoyed your presentations, this one was dark pattern programming which I dont approve :) But great presentation with great audience interaction.
For me it was good talk. For tech conf should probably delete really simple coding slides and focus on why you scrum and how it helped.
Logging in general should be on two slides at max, rabbitMQ as tech is very interesting and should be more presented.
I would shorter time spent on logging in general and extend the path with RabbitMQ and logging. As I expected from the name of the presentation.
But that's my personal opinion. Maybe it would help to get answers from audience, if this is known or unknown for them.
Thanks for inspiration!