Very nice talk. Good analogies. Perhaps more energy?
Interesting talk about what sort of lessons there were to learn from marketing Twittex.
It was well presented and honest with a few 3D time lines.
This talk make a nice change to the morning of heavy coding talks.
After this talk I wanted to go home and have a go at Drupal. Very good introduction to the system and I have already installed it onto one of my test servers and remembered a couple of the things from the talk.
The guys did a good job of doing it all live, although I'm sure they had done this before ;)
Highly interesting, although somewhat speculative, talk about HTML 5. Smylers was enthusiastic and covered the subject very well. Put across a good case for having HTML 5. Answered the question I had at the end without the need for me to ask it! :)
I'll be honest, I found this talk a bit boring. Maybe it's because I already know about the subject, but I found a lot of his points very obvious and simple.
I did however enjoy talking to Stefan after his talk, especially the small talk about Symfony.
I'll honest, I found this talk a bit strange. Not what I expected at all. The only parts I found remotely interesting were some of the debug tools she used.
However, the real let down was to have a 40 minute lecture that told me that PHP is slow compared to a compiled language like Java. Well, duurrr?
I've been a user for Symfony for a good 6 months now, but this presentation really peaked my interest in Zend and I will be having a dabble in the near future. Very good introduction.
Very good panel. Interesting to here from some of the core PHP staff and their plans for PHP in the future. I for one had my eyes open to what PHP actually is.
Nice food. Free drinks were good :) Music was too loud, though.
Great wrap up to the conference.
Music was too loud. Other than that, great to meet people and prices seemed okay.