A quick start on Zend Framework 2


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Great presentation of ZF2, good speed and nice examples to get started. Looking forward to start using ZF2

Good talk! Gives a nice insight in the new ZF2 stuff.

Anonymous at 18:40 on 8 Jun 2012

A good overview of what to expect from ZF2

Anonymous at 19:04 on 8 Jun 2012

Being a symfony oriented developer I thought it would be nice to see what ZF2 brings to the table. This overview felt like a sum up of all the configurations I need to do to get a simple static page. That was a bit disappointing. It at least didn't give me the ZF2 rocks feeling.

It might be that I've looked at Symfony2 too much, but from the talk I didn't get the feeling for the configuration and the directory structure just yet. Can't rock along with you just yet, but I get where ZF2 is going, so mission accomplished.

Anonymous at 11:28 on 9 Jun 2012

Really nice introduction to ZF2.

Great talk!

After your talk i've cloned the skeleton application, checked the issues available on GitHub and hopefully fixed one :-)

Not having used the ZF, I feel this talk was a very good introduction to not only ZF2, but also to ZF1. The differences between ZF1 and ZF2 were very clearly explained. What I would have liked even more was to see a ZF2 release candidate actually a bit in action.

For me it was a bit of a repitition of the theoretical part of the tutorial day by Matthew. That repitition was welcome though, because the new concepts (new to me) in ZF 2 take time to get used to. I think you explained them quite clearly.

The talk was probably to short to include a litle bit more coding action, but if you would manage to get some extra coding in, I would like to suggest configuring another route. Just creating a single new page with a new route would in my opinion add more feeling for the product to your talk.

For me as Symfony2 developer it is good to see what other frameworks are doing. It was an good introduction and I think Zf2 is heading the right way.

It was a nice talk, the sum up about configuration was too long. This talk was to short to introduce ZF2.

Talk was short, big content.
Slides would be helpful.

Got me interested in ZF2. Good talk!