Fun talk with an easy to follow structure that helped me get a better grasp of the topic.
I liked the presentation and the style in which it was given.
Learned a lot.
Thanks for sharing your experiences. Great talk. Liked the way you sharpened the awareness of measuring/metrics and its purposes. Btw, nice sense of humor!
Great trainer, very good workshop!
Could maybe 1-2hrs longer to have time for a proper intro into ZAP, but it was awesome anyways =).
Thank you so much for all the valuable input.
Very interesting information about different queue realization and offloading the real work to daemon workers.
One suggestion to improve would be to see the real case where it might help (e.g. cache reload, huge data export/import)
Thank you for creating this talk about the community, user groups and their effort in keeping meetups alive.
It contained information about the history of German user groups and what efforts are put into them by the organizers and what they said about how a user group can be supported or make their organization easier. Jenny also made everyone with a Twitter account use the #phpdd18 hashtag to answer simple question. This was a good example for the easiest way to support an event or conference just by spreading the word.
The #phpdd18 hashtag had to be in the trending topics on Saturday, because some Twitter bots were using it for other unrelated purposes (like they always do with trends).
Profiling with xhprof and some nice visualizations. It is always a good idea to revisit knowledge like that. I didn't know FlameGraph before.
This talk was about how the AST look like and what kind of benefits it brought to PHP. In the later part of the talk, other AST related libraries were shown and what possibilities they can add to a project. Next to extensions, there were also PHP libraries mentioned. If you want to get a better understanding of PHP, you should participate in this talk.
A warm welcome to the community with all the details of the day. Changes were communicated and every important detail was mentioned. The intro is always the tip of the iceberg of what the organizers have to do to deliver everyone of us a great conference.