Talk comments

Anonymous at 09:31 on 27 Jun 2013

A brave attempt to reconcile two worlds of coding. Made the point that SOA is an important step for the php community. Would have liked a bit more detail fromt here, however.

Good speaker with an interesting background.

Anonymous at 09:23 on 27 Jun 2013

Confident speaker with a wake-up call for good practises. Unclear if this was a purely theoretical approach though.

I think he was trying to be controversial to trigger a lively discussion - pity that it didn't happen.

Anonymous at 09:15 on 27 Jun 2013

Really good start but kinda trailed off in the end when I was expecting the more detailed, practical stuff.

Never found out what T_PAAMAYIM_NEKUDOTAYIM is.

Anonymous at 09:13 on 27 Jun 2013

Bit of a marketing talk, could have probably gotten all the info in readme notes.
The speaker was rushed with little time for details and somewhat chaotic.

Anonymous at 09:10 on 27 Jun 2013

Interesting intro to some new stuff for me. Good speaker - made the relatively complex material very accessible.

Anonymous at 10:23 on 24 Jun 2013

Mr Henney is clearly an experienced speaker; he was interesting, funny, entertaining... And without apparent signals from organizing staff, and without leaving the impression that the presentation was rushed or cut short, Mr Henney's speech filled the allotted timeslot literally (I'm not using that word lighlty!) to the minute. Impressive & professional!

Anonymous at 10:00 on 24 Jun 2013

Interesting and useful. Good presentation.

Anonymous at 09:50 on 24 Jun 2013

I consider this one of the best talks @dpc13. Mr Jansch's presentation was both interesting and entertaining.

Anonymous at 09:24 on 24 Jun 2013

I would have preferred the talk to be a bit more streamlined so it could have gone deeper.

Anonymous at 09:20 on 24 Jun 2013

I agree with Sander Marechal.