Another great talk from Tony that as always outlines some real world challenges with full page cache (FPC) in Magento 2 and how he and his team at Space 48 overcome them, being gracious enough to provide the solution. I really liked the involvement with the crowd regarding the monitoring examples especially. This is the 3rd time I've seen Tony speak, all at Mage Titans events and the second on FPC and he's never failed to disappoint in both terms of presentation and ensuring you have something to take away and apply.
Second time I've seen this talk and as before it is great talk for users new to the Magento 2 CLI, Miguel is always a charismatic and fun speaker.
As Jisse noted re the target audience, I'd love to see a follow up that is more advanced.
Really great talk from Carmen on remote working with some great tips. I can tell it was of use seeing how it was received by others who work remotely that attended, I can't comment too much seeing as I work in an centralised office that I walk 15 minutes to each day!
Great overview from Renato on message queues. As something I've never looked into before it gave a decent overview and the code examples mean I have something to go away and learn more from.
Good talk, but a bit hard to follow at times and some slides had a bit too much text on to be readable - some more images / or examples would have helped. The tips provided however were useful and will be reading into further. Thanks!
Refreshingly honest talk from Arjen on they considered frontend options when moving to Magento 2, including headless, but decided to stick with the 'vanilla' LESS blank theme as was the best fit for them. Liked the comparison of M1 and M2 to Joshua and Klitschko too - very apt!
Really well presented, funny and importantly informative talk from Riccardo. Not only did it show how they use React, but the issues they have faced and the open source solutions they have created to solve some of these.
Really interesting and impressive talk from Sander on how the site he works with has gone headless with Magento with real world examples of how they built out their components, showing the structure used and the dependencies included.
Good overview of the key differences between B2C and B2B, but would have liked some more technical examples, plus as Jisse noted some comparison / insight on upcoming Magento 2.2 B2B Edition too.