Keynote in English - US at Northeast PHP 2013
View Slides: http://eliw.com/presentations/2013/ne13/ne13.history.pdf
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Keynote: Looking to the Past, to Predict the Future
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Very interesting views of the future of php
Informative talk that reaffirmed observations I've seen in the industry. I just want to go home and start programming something now.
Really liKed it once you got to the current stuff. Pre-php history was too long for me.
Covered relevant points in web history (to the other commenter above: let's remember responsive/adaptive/agnostic web is a recent development), and provided useful examples of where the web could go in the future.
Also, really enjoyed the integration with the arc of the Doctor.
The history was a fun look back, slightly long. Overall very intriguing, hard to argue that mobile is NOW and also very interesting view of breaking machines and computers smaller and smaller.
I felt that this was an awesome talk that gave a nice holistic view of the evolution of the web. We can't forget the past, and I think that this really highlighted the needs and future impacts that we can expect.
Very good and entertaining presentation. I think I would have liked to hear more about Eli's thoughts for the future, but all the same, very entertaining.
I enjoyed learning about the past. I wasn't really involved in tech or the internet, other than being a consumer, back in the nineties so it was interesting to see how we got to where we are now. This was a great keynote that got me excited for the rest of the conference.
I really enjoyed the talk looking at the history of where we began to the good ending of where we should go next
Great start to the conference. I enjoyed the stats about mobile users and code framework usage. His insights into the future were good.
Loved the Dr. Who tie-in! Nice [and sometimes scary] history of what the web was 15-20 years ago, and where we are headed. great start to the conference.