Profiling PHP Applications


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Thanks for demos and this good overview on profiling PHP applications.

Very, very interesting talk, probably the most (day2day) "useful" content I saw this year's #dpc11

Interesting talk that shows which tools you can use to find out what's slowing down your PHP app. The talk could benefit from a bit more structure so the attendee has a better overview. But of course this is hard when showing stuff live :)

Awesome, great content great presentation. Too bad kcachegrind did not work right...

Thank you for a good presentation.

Great talk. Learnt some new stuff that will help us profiling our applications better.

nice content but the demos were poorly prepared. You shouldn't update all the software on your laptop including the software you want to demo right before the conference. For a demo it's important to test everything, make everything work, and after that: change nothing. Demos are a critical part of a talk can easily go wrong and it's a high risk to bring one into your talk. If you make the decision to do so, you should treat it more carefully.

A lot of useful content came across, and as a user of xDebug I want to thank you for giving us a wonderful tool like that. You have lots of interesting stuff to tell us and you know how to, but because of the not working demos and apologies for it I only can give you 3 out of 5.

Very nice talk with good examples! The speaker should prepare the demos a bit more but it wasn't too bad.

Great talk, I learned a few new tricks.

Nice! I specially liked the hands-on approach.

Overall a decent talk, a nice introduction to profiling for those new to it, a bit more in-depth info would have been nice for the rest. Demo mishap can happen, but a tip for next time; present from a VM, this way your environment is static-sih, and if worse come to worse it's easy to switch laptops.