Talk in English - US at MidwestPHP Conference
View Slides: http://talks.crisscott.com/midwestphp/webockets/index.html
Short URL: https://joind.in/talk/b1351
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Very engaging speaker and deeply knowledgable about all aspects of WebSockets. Great talk.
Too much time explaining why websockets are a good idea. Decent uses of humor. Code slides were too small for most of the room to read.
Knowledgeable speaker, good humor. A little heavy on the infrastructure side and a little light on the implementation side, but otherwise great.
Very informational and great humor. Also gave me a lot of ideas on how and where to use websockets.
Focused, clear and entertaining presentation!
Good primer on WebSockets. Would have liked more about how to set up the server side so that I could get a quick web sockets example running locally and start to think about how I could use it myself.
Was very informational, but probably spent too much time focusing on the "why" and not enough time on the "how". Since this is a PHP conference, some examples of implementing the server side of websockets would be nice.
Boy, Jason's comment really hits the mark. Great primer, somewhat lacking on showing how to do the server side. I still liked the talk.
More PHP examples please - especially since the normal Apache stack may not (yet) work for this new technology.
Good primer....more examples of the server-side in php would have been helpful
Great overview of the why and how with good pointers to resources for more info. Really enjoyed this one.
Good information. Looking forward to trying this out. Would have been nice to get some background on what is needed on the server side though.
Very engaging speaker and clearly knowledgeable on the subject. Here is a great write up that addresses my question re. firewalls/proxies: http://www.websocket.org/aboutwebsocket.html
This was a very interesting topic that made me very anxious to try it out. But it's also frustrating to not have an easy/strait-forward description of how to handle the server side.