Talk in English - US at Laracon EU 2016
Short URL: https://joind.in/talk/4ea07
The Lucid Architecture For Building Scalable Applications
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One of the most interesting talks for me. Thanks Bed! Will you publish the slides somewhere?
Great talk, really enjoyable presentation style. Well done!
The best talk so far, revealed a whole new set of ideas for building a scalable application architecture. Very valuable and extremely well presented with good examples and good Q&A. Thank you.
Really interesting talk! It gave some nice inspiration regarding some of the architectural discussions we seem to keep having in our office. It would be nice with a little time for comparisons, though. How is a Feature different from a command in a command bus, for example?
Very interesting talk, the best so far.
Shared some interesting ideas, specific for Laravel. Missed the monolith to microservices bit, what could have also been interesting.
Even though this was opiniated (as mentioned), it wasn't mentioned if the opinions were based on an existing design pattern, which would make it more easier to read upon this further. The package seem to be based on the Laravel command bus, although this wasn't clear from the talk.
Nice talk about the Lucid architecture.
Inspiring talk. Comforting to learn, there are ways to organise long-lived projects in a scalable, maintainable way and yet keep things clear and simple enough for new team members to step in.
Enjoyed the presentation a lot. Very easy to follow, pleasant and energizing.
This one lost me in places but I think the introduction to a package that help scaling was good, I would have been better on the main red track as it had a more relevant subject matter and the audio was better the main room
Good speaker and good talk.
I will check out the LUCID architecture.
Would've been great to see a real app structure laid out with regards to the Lucid standards.
Very nice intro into structure and architecture and great ideas in the Lucid architecture, very well explained.
One of my favourites this year!
I'm going to try out lucid the first change I get. Loved a lot of the core idea's behind it.
Great talk, great topic!