Composer for Corporate Use


Comments are closed.

David Goodwin at 12:37 on 4 Oct 2014

Well ... I thought I knew composer.
Now my eyes have been opened.
Great delivery and content.
Thank you!

Great talk. I learned so much more of Composer. It was also very interesting that Stephan showed the position of Composer in the development process with concrete examples.

This might or might not be the definitive talk on some little known features of Composer, and how they can really make your life easier still.
I learned some more really helpful commands.

Chris Armitage at 16:18 on 4 Oct 2014

A well planned out talk, covering lots of areas for package dependency that go beyond just Packagist. Was very useful to hear the background on some of the decisions and the reasons behind them. Gives a good starting point for implementing it myself.

Anonymous at 14:38 on 5 Oct 2014

I was a little bit disappointed.
- some of the slides were too fast changed
- the Jenkins bit took half of the time, but wasn't interesting for me.

I liked only the first part of the speech.

It's given me plenty of direction now how to implement Composer in our current setup - we know we've not been using it to its full potential, but Stephan's talk has given me thoughts and ideas of how to do it.

I enjoyed this talk, how awesome is that? I also learnt a few things about Composer I wasn't aware of. Thanks Stephan!

Lorna Mitchell at 09:40 on 6 Oct 2014

Nice talk! I think Composer can be too relaxed about real-world concerns, so this talk brought the tool that we all use into focus for a more business-like context. There were some good recommendations on what to look out for and tools to use to check your packages and to use satis. Personally I liked seeing Jenkins as an example because I think build servers are widely used. The talk ended in an interesting discussion about managing dependencies during development with composer/git submodules/svn externals/something else. The speaker had great content, ran a little bit short, but gave some gifts of knowledge to the audience.

Very technical overview of composer with some great tips.
Good speaker and slides.
Stephan also looks a little like the composer man :)

I think it covered a bit too much basic composer stuff - was expecting more detail and longer time talking on the subject of composer using your own repos and not just the Jenkins side of it.

Still a good talk though.

I've been thinking about using Composer in my day job to break up a large library, but wasn't sure how to go about it. Now I think I've got all the information I need. I think this was my talk of the conference.

Quite an interesting talk, although there wasn't quite as much Composer content as I'd like, as Jenkins featured much more heavily than I was expecting. However, it was interesting to see how Satis could be utilised with a private codebase - definitely food for thought.