Solving Cross-Cutting Concerns in PHP


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Colin O'Dell at 12:25 on 24 Jun 2016

Fantastic talk! The use of code samples (including the GIFs) was extremely effective.

Anonymous at 13:35 on 24 Jun 2016

Very good information, interesting subject. Presentation was a little stiff at the start, but much better later. Tip: Try not to read out everything on your slides (we can read that) but tell naturally about what the slide means.

Boy Baukema at 14:37 on 24 Jun 2016

Brilliant content.

dParadiz at 18:30 on 24 Jun 2016

Good talk about interesting concept

Perfectly delivered talk on AOP and the Go framework.

Very basic info on AOP, I expected à bit more in depth

Great talk! Perfect first time English presentation of this topic. Could be more about AOP and the library itself, less about general principles/paradigms of programming.

Really interesting approach and the overview of AOP in PHP. And great talk, especially for first-time in English.

Alexander Lisachenko (Speaker) at 12:54 on 27 Jun 2016

Thanks to everyone who have attended my talk! It was a big pleasure for me to be a speaker and to deliver my talk for you. Looking forward to give more talks!

Alexander Lisachenko (Speaker) at 12:56 on 27 Jun 2016

@dennisluitwieler Could you please describe what were your expecting in my talk?

I want to change my slides to include an additional information. Unfortunately AOP is a very complex technology and my purpose was to deliver it as easy as possible. Do you remember my question about "who knows something about cross-cutting concerns"? Only one person raised his hand. Compare this to the moment when I asked about the tangled code example, almost everyone raised his hand. So, I was right not to include a very complex things into my talk.

Great talk! Small suggestion for your slides: move your text if possible to the center or the top of the slide. Your presentation was very well visited so tiny persons like me in the back can't see the text at the bottom of the slides.

Wouter Post at 14:21 on 27 Jun 2016

Interesting way of coding.

Ellen Boven at 19:47 on 27 Jun 2016

very nice and informative talk