Interesting talk. Looking into it as an option to "unparse" classes, although I'm not sure yet if this would be the right fit. Surely amazing to see how you are working with other libraries to make the whole environment better, and how some strange problems would come up one would not think about when starting a library like this.
I would have liked some more examples on how to use this in some more complex use cases, but I guess I'm going to dive into it to experience it some more. Kudos!
Addressed to Nomad PHP/Cal:
As this was brought as an online video, the slides missed some more information, and it felt more like a podcast than a video cast. Sometimes one is looking quite some time to a certain slide. Gifs simply don't work. Might be interesting to add that to the guidelines for future speakers, as I'm completely sure this slideshow would work perfectly fine for an irl meetup. Also, the video seems to be out of sync, sound is coming in quite some seconds after the video.
I have never been in a situation where I used reflection to solve a problem, but your talk made me want to. I thought working through some of your problem solving and process of development for this library was very interesting, even if I'll need to look over it again to really process everything. Thanks for a great presentation!
Crammed full of good tips, quickly presented (hey, it's a lightning talk), but good advice.