From PHP to machine code

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That was a little bit boring at start but finally fun! Your energy help a lot ;)

Rated 4

Anonymous at 17:50 on 30 Oct 2015

Very good and interesting

Rated 2

Anonymous at 17:53 on 30 Oct 2015

The presentation was nice. But not much that can be used....

Rated 4

Anonymous at 17:56 on 30 Oct 2015

Not very useful presenttation. But it was a really great one.

Rated 5

Anonymous at 18:03 on 30 Oct 2015

Rated 4

Anonymous at 09:29 on 31 Oct 2015

Rated 3

Anonymous at 10:54 on 31 Oct 2015

Incredible to see how someone can think different and to try DIY. This way you'll learn a lot for sure. But this guy should have a lot of spare time :p

Despite is was not a talk about something we can use on our daily basis, this talk was really interesting and very well exposed by the speaker. I'll deep in your compilers code just to take a look and learn some more. Thanks!

PD: I'd like also point out that Joe has too much free time! ;)

Despite the funny presentation, we didn't learn anything really useful to our day jobs

Not direcly useful topic but the speaker's energy and the topic itself became very open-minding. Great!

The motto I draw from this talk is "If you want to understand X, code your own X, then discard it". A funny exercise to do when you have enough time, but not for the faint of the heart. The speaker did a good job making this funny.

Rated 3

Anonymous at 22:28 on 3 Nov 2015

Overall the talk was interesting, but I would have liked to hear more about PHP opcodes and bytecodes, and less about how was develop the tool that was used in the discovery proccess

Crazy idea, really nice presentation.