Mirror, mirror on the wall: Building a new PHP reflection library


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Scato Eggen at 16:13 on 24 Jun 2016

Interesting background story on an alternative reflection library.

Ciaran McNulty at 16:28 on 24 Jun 2016

Really interesting, certain crowd members need to heckle less ;-P

Great talk with clear structure and good humour!

Niels Nijens at 17:17 on 24 Jun 2016

Will definitely check out the BetterReflection library.

Solid presentation, good humor. Covered all the parts that I was interested in.

Eddy de Boer at 09:29 on 26 Jun 2016

Good in-depth talk about what issues you run into when creating functionality like this, very nice.
Maybe nice for next time: look SmallTalk, the pure OO language that has great reflection.

I was a bit disappointed because I expected to learn a little bit more about what is possible with reflection (but that is mainly because I did not read the abstract, just the title on my card). I was also less interested in the problems left for the library to solve - I would have preferred some usage examples... Other than that, well delivered talk by a good speaker.

Mark Redeman at 12:08 on 27 Jun 2016

Great introduction to better reflection. I like that you also published an article about the contents of your talk.

Cool insight into the reflection library. Even though I currently have no real use case to apply this library to any of my projects, it was very interesting. awsome delivery. humorous speaker who can deliver hit point without problems.

Good talk on a very cool library. There are probably some interesting use-cases which could have been used to give the talk a bit more substance.

Good talk about an interesting library. I'm not why I would ever need to modify code before it's actually loaded, but when I do I'll make sure to use BetterReflection!