IoC Container Beyond Constructor Injection

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Rated 5

Przemyslaw Peron at 13:19 on 23 Aug 2016

thanks. I've learned about few IoC container features I didn't know exist.

Rated 3

Ezra Pool at 13:25 on 23 Aug 2016

He was very nervous and this sometimes caused him to stutter a bit and get lost, but interesting topic and ideas.

Rated 4

Bobby Bouwman at 13:49 on 23 Aug 2016

It was a good talk and a lot of insights on the IoC-container.

There were a lot of code examples which made it a bit hard to follow when the speaker went really fast the through them. I'm known with the IoC-container so I could follow it just fine. A beginner might need to rewatch the presentation.

The room was a bit dark and there were some bright slides in between which was painful for the eyes. It's not something the speaker has control over, but the brightness of the slides could be changed for the future.

Overall a good to follow and solid talk on the IoC-container which went really deep into the core of Laravel. I think lots of artisans learnt something during the talk.

Rated 4

Fatih Demir at 16:36 on 23 Aug 2016

Great talk. Good information. The very bright slides were a bit annoying.

Nice talk, things are a little bit clearer about IoC, thanks!

Well organised talk, useful information about IoC. A lot of nice tips how to organise or maintain your code base. Appropriate for those who already use similar DI variations on daily basis and those who has plan to start. Without useless details and code examples, just enough to give you clear picture what Inversion of Control actually is.

Well structured talk, step by step from simple to more advanced examples.
English pronunciation could be better.

Rated 3

Michael Teeuw at 19:29 on 23 Aug 2016

Nice talk. Could improve on the presentation skill so you're a bit less nervous. But don't worry, I would be too. ;)

Started a bit nervous, unfortunately also because of some technical problems (speaker displays failing). But had a better pace in the second half, was good to follow.

Good talk overall, some of the parts could have been shortened ;)

Interesting talk and topic, but maybe the topic was a bit too wide. I know about IoC containers and DI so the first half of the talk was a bit too basic. I got some nice inspiration from the latter part of the talk, but there wasn't enough time to really get into that part.
I couldn't imagine anyone who would learn from both parts at the same talk.

Rated 4

Jerry Hof at 14:49 on 24 Aug 2016

good IoC explanation with some parts that I didn't know about them

Nice talk. It is an interesting but difficult topic to present. I think some live examples would be great. For me it was too much information.

Interesting topic, but a few real-life examples would be helpful to see the bigger picture. I was very interested in getting to know more about this but I don't feel like I can actually use what I learned afterwards.

Rated 4

Mark Starkey at 15:00 on 25 Aug 2016

couldn't connect as well as i did last year, the talk rambled a bit, but still had some good stuff in it that made it a worthwhile inclusion.

Rated 4

Ben Cavens at 22:38 on 25 Aug 2016

Really liked the talk. For me it was the right amount of technical depth. I definitely learned new aspects of DI. You definetly proved that DI is more than constructor injection alone.

In my opinion you didn't seem nervous at all. Maybe a bit agitated by the screen issues :)

It would be great if some of the examples could've been executed live.

Very good talk about the IoC Container! He made it very clear and simple to follow. Good speaker.

Rated 3

Alexander Feil at 17:27 on 1 Sep 2016

I don't know how to speak in front of such an audience - so this rating is very personal to me.

For me, it felt you were only scratching the surface. I hoped to hear some "new" things - but about 90% of the talk was things I read on the laravel docs or somewhere else (without having read too much upfront).