Laravel Design Patterns


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Mark Snape at 18:20 on 10 Jun 2019

Bobby took us through the Singleton, Observer and Builder patterns and put them into context with real examples within the Laravel framework. I particularly liked the singleton knife and fork example. When eating dinner, you dont throw your fork in the sink and get a clean one with every mouthfull !

Great work Bobby.

Alan Wilson at 18:39 on 10 Jun 2019

Some solid ideas, well-presented.

Little too advanced for me. Bobby definitely needs more stage time. Practice makes perfect!

Oliver Sarfas at 10:35 on 11 Jun 2019

This talk made me very very hungry!

Great talk and some great lessons taken away about the various patterns available in PHP

Tim Cranston at 10:51 on 11 Jun 2019

Helpful well presented talk looking at 3 design patterns (Singleton, Observer & Bridge) and providing useful examples.

John Braun at 13:13 on 11 Jun 2019

A great follow up from Design Patterns 1.0

I'll certainly be picking up the book. A different view of my challenges

Oliver Lowson at 17:18 on 11 Jun 2019

Hi Bobby, this was a great talk with lots of detail. I am looking forward to looking back at your part I

Mizan Syed at 22:28 on 11 Jun 2019

Great talk

Bobby is a great speaker and knows what he is talking about. I learned a lot while he explained these new patterns I didn't know about. Sometimes these patterns can be quite complex and I sometimes found it not too easy to follow till the end of how they work.

All the 🍕 talk made me hungry, but a very strong talk all the same! The example of the bridge pattern could perhaps have been a little clearer to start, but made more sense by the end of it, so really didn't detract from this talk.

Ross Cooper at 10:31 on 12 Jun 2019

Great coverage of the singleton and observer patterns which fit really well into Laravel, I struggled a little bit to understand the bridge pattern but it means I can look into in my own time, great talk

Great pizza slides, and lovely examples of laravel design patterns.