Extremely defensive PHP


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Steven Don at 16:42 on 24 Jun 2016

Good talk, humourously presented and with plenty of useful, practical tips.

A lot of useful tips and well presented. I learned to distrust my future self.

J.D.Mutsaerts at 11:03 on 25 Jun 2016

Marco clearly knows what he's talking about and what the rest of is doing, have done or will do wrong.

James Titcumb at 14:06 on 25 Jun 2016

Have seen this talk before, but it was again well delivered, excellent content and advice here, even if one does not necessarily agree with everything. Less Brexit jokes next time please ;)

Marco was in a hilarious mood for this talk, which made it a joy to behold.

Great talk, even talking about a topic that is (kind of) boring, it was interesting, and time flew.

A really clear sight of what you should do if you trust nobody, no input, not user, not yourself or your own code. What can you do to protect yourself from all of this. Implement when needed. Practical examples of problems and solutions to enforce your application to protects itself from errors. Clear story, with a red thread of humor, I would go again, if only for the new jokes ;)


Andries Seutens at 23:14 on 25 Jun 2016

Nice talk and brought with good humor and at a nice pace. The talk is very opinionated so it should be taken with a grain of salt. Maybe leave some extra room for questions so they can be answered with more insight.

Anonymous at 08:56 on 26 Jun 2016

Very good talk, loved the jokes, makes it easier to consume. Got some nice examples, thanks :)

Ronald D. at 10:15 on 26 Jun 2016

Hilarious, very informative and well presented!

Gary Hockin at 13:14 on 26 Jun 2016

Second time I've seen this talk, and I have to say this was better than last time. Marco was in cracking form and even though we are mortal enemies I enjoyed myself.

Anonymous at 14:48 on 27 Jun 2016

Great presenting style, and very informative. Most of the advice seems to be very real-world practical, and there's a lot you can pick up from this talk even if your application doesn't require the full rigor of a public API.

Insightful and entertaining talk. Presented some sound principles and arguments.