Getting hands dirty with PHP 7


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Rated 4

Ben Marks at 12:35 on 1 Oct 2016

Lots of info, including things I wasn't expecting to learn. Would love for it to be broken up into a set of talks with anecdotes on how some of these were found, as it's clear that the speaker has stumbled across a few of these while consulting. A must-watch for those upgrading to PHP 7.

Good insights of what to watch out for when moving to php 7 and 7.1. A bit dry but I somehow expected it this way.

Rated 4

Matt Brunt at 16:01 on 1 Oct 2016

Learned a lot about some functions and areas of PHP that I didn't know existed!

Liked the comparison from PHP 5.X to 7.X in things added and removed.

It was a little dry in areas - but that could largely be due to the more technical nature of the content.

Rated 3

Mark Railton at 17:37 on 1 Oct 2016

The talk was pretty good as an overview to the changes although I struggled to follow along and found the delivery to be really dry.

Rated 4

David Wylie at 17:39 on 1 Oct 2016

Good talk

Good run through of changes and things to look out for moving from 5 to 7. A few of the points and slides were too quick for me to see any difference between the v5 and v7 implementations though. Understandable given the volume of data however.

Rated 5

Martin Gill at 10:24 on 3 Oct 2016

Great talk, gave us lots to think about during our imminent upgrade to PHP 7.

Rated 4

Lewis Hides at 11:01 on 3 Oct 2016

A nice clear and concise overview of the benefits and changes in PHP7 over PHP5. Felt a little rushed in places, but there was lot's to cover so this was understandable. Good talk!

Rated 4

Andy Roberts at 11:48 on 3 Oct 2016

Good talk, lots of relevant information. The migration paths from PHP 5.x to 7 was of particular interest.