This talk was a really interesting look at de-coupling Drupal 8 using VueJS by a speaker who is obviously very passionate about his subject, which is always great to see! Although showing quite a few code samples, the talk wasn't at all dry. Whilst it would have been great to have had time for a more in-depth look at VueJS, the talk gave a good starting point for looking at the framework. The subject could easily have taken up a whole afternoon; this talk was a great summary of the key concepts.
I very much enjoyed Jochen's keynote. It was a great start to the DrupalCamp day. I don't work for myself and have no plans to set up a business, but many of the ideas Jochen spoke about are relevant regardless of work context. I found the ideas on building effective teams especially interesting. A really engaging speaker with some thought-provoking ideas to share! The Q&A session at the end was also very good.
This was an excellent talk. I attended a similar talk at DrupalCon in Barcelona but the concepts were completely new at that point & that talk went very fast! This was a good opportunity to revisit the subject and the key aspects of converting modules from Drupal 7 to 8, including some idiosyncrasies, were well covered. It's a shame there wasn't time for the mini code-sprint, but that would be a great idea for a future Drupal Scotland event.
A well delivered talk with a nice humorous touch to it. Really enjoyed it and would like to see more of this in upcoming events. It's a shame that the time available for the talk didn't allow for a more detailed explanation of VueJs.
A smart way to decouple our code in order to make it framework independent using interfaces. Learned a lot during the course of this talk which made me realize how this method of thinking and programming can lead to a more flexible, reusable and powerful implementation of our code. The content of the talk was great and some more examples would have come in handy if the talk could have lasted a bit longer.
Very worth while going to.
The talk was really good overall, and I really appreciated the fact the speaker took some time to explain basic Drupal vocabulary at some point to attendees with no Drupal experience (that would be me).
I only set the rating to 4 on 5 because I think the code showed could have been slightly better using invokable class as callback instead of class methods and some other minor possibilities of improvements by pushing forward modern PHP best practices as found in Symfony or Zend 2.
Once again, great talk, I especially enjoyed seeing some code during this presentation!
Really interesting talk that give insights to Drupal developers on how to introduce good practices to their projects.
A few slides on some tools to demonstrate how to understand the results may have been useful, though the time available was probably to tight to add them.
Probably my favourite talk during this day!