Middleware to the rescue: A PHPMiNDS story

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Rated 5

Matt Brunt at 15:57 on 1 Oct 2016

Loved the real-world implementation of the middleware and the journey through how it helped an app that's in use. I always find that so much easier to follow than abstract implementations that are vague.

Well presented, and linked to some cool Slim PHP Packages that I'll definitely be checking out!

Rated 4

Pete McFarlane at 17:13 on 1 Oct 2016

Nice introduction to Middleware, and nice presenting style

Rated 3

Craig Patrick at 18:56 on 1 Oct 2016

Covered some Middleware basics, and more of a "why middleware" overview. Interesting, and good to see someone giving straight back to the community.

Rated 3

Derek Kaye at 15:50 on 2 Oct 2016

I didn't really get into this talk. Perhaps I just missed the purpose or was the wrong audience, but I didn't really gain anything.
The presentation was delivered well.

Rated 4

Chris Emerson at 16:00 on 2 Oct 2016

A brief but interesting look at some middleware used on the PHP Minds website. I love discovering new uses for middleware so enjoyed discovering how it had been used here, and some good ideas to take away too.

Rated 4

Ben Plummer at 13:33 on 3 Oct 2016

It was nice to see some real-world examples of middleware being used. The explanations were clear, concise and easy to understand. The information taken away should be helpful to me in the future so thanks.

It was clear by some of the jokes you made that you weren't entirely confident but it was a good talk that was delivered well, therefore as an improvement I would just suggest to believe in yourself a bit more.

Rated 4

Nigel Greenway at 08:33 on 4 Oct 2016

I really enjoyed this talk and was great to hear the experiences Antonis had, however the only thing I would suggest is to relax and not put yourself down throughout the talk; it is hard to do this as I am the same when I talk...