Getting Started with Magento 2


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Sean Prunka at 12:22 on 30 Sep 2016

Fun tutorial. First half covered under the hood quite thoroughly. Second half had some technical difficulties during the live coding, but discussion covered all the details that the examples word have covered.

Eric Landmann at 13:50 on 30 Sep 2016

Great overview, including the architecture that is quite different than Magento 1. The hassles encountered with installation and the various ways to do it were very informative. Also good to know what the community adoption is at present.

Jordan Kasper at 09:12 on 1 Oct 2016

I had to leave early, but the first half ran through a ton of material. My only real complaint there was that there were a lot of slides and not as much code, which I realize was basically the whole second half. I would encourage Matthew to change that up a bit if possible, working in some live coding in the first half as well. The technical difficulties were unfortunate, and possibly avoidable, but he moved past them ok.

Great intro to Mag 2. Helped me determine that i want to learn this program

Fidel Lakis at 11:19 on 1 Oct 2016

Great Mage 2 intro....packed some really good info into the allotted time. Left session with a burning desire to learn more about Mage 2.

David Stillson at 11:13 on 2 Oct 2016

This talk really gave me some good insight into how Magento was designed and gave some really good resources for further study.

Since the framework is very extensive, I thought Matt did a great job of laying out the fundamentals, and gave me a good grasp on some of the concepts that I previously couldn't wrap my head around.

I wish we could have gotten into the "Hello World" module a little more.

Alex Fraundorf at 13:57 on 2 Oct 2016

I really enjoyed the talk. As someone who has never used Magento, I feel that I now have a leg up on beginning to learn Magento 2.
The live code technical difficulties (which will inevitably happen to any speaker doing them!) were actually useful in showing how to debug a Mage installation and some of the things to look for when encountering them. The technical issues were handled with the grace and patience of someone who clearly understands the library.