As an experienced, developer, I am way too busy not to use an IDE with code completion, refactoring tools and step-debugging (and so much more). PhpStorm* is a fantastic IDE to help the skilled developer get stuff done quickly and correctly.

Prepare yourself for a fast-paced look at 43 tips and tricks for PhpStorm, some that you may never even know existed. Note taking equipment is strongly advised -- how many do you already know?

*Disclaimer - I work for JetBrains, makers of PhpStorm


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Too many tips to remember, but will take a lot of tips home.

Youri Thielen at 20:52 on 30 Jun 2017

Definitely picked up some tips & tricks that I'm going to incorporate into my daily work! It also made me realize again how much more efficient you can work when you know your IDE well.

Nice talk, I learned a lot. And I guess I might improve my workflow a lot with these tips & tricks. The talk triggers me to explore the IDE to see where I can improve (and use my mouse less...). Well done!

Dion Snoeijen at 10:32 on 1 Jul 2017

Really nice, it's always a good thing to get to know your toolbox better.

Marc at 15:50 on 1 Jul 2017

If you're new to PHPStorm this was a great start. My collegae has learned some stuff. For me i already knew allot of it.
Side not i think he was a member of JetBrains... :)

James Titcumb at 18:16 on 1 Jul 2017

This was an exciting, fast paced exploration of lots of useful tips for phpstorm, as the talk title suggests... Delivered well, but I regret not taking notes :D

The pace was way to fast to remember all the tricks, but that was absolutely not an issue. It fun so see how you can improve your productivity in such an awesome tool as PHPStorm is. Great speaker, funny and meaningful talk!

Gary rocked it. This talk is good anywhere, anytime for any crowd because there is _no way_ anyone knew all those tips already.

Ellen Boven at 11:28 on 3 Jul 2017

Like the tips but it's a bit fast, so it's hard to remember all the tricks, but it certainly makes you want to explore the IDE more.

Sascha Knodel at 17:36 on 4 Jul 2017

It was 59 Tips & Tricks ;-)
Very helpful!