Eating spaghetti with Symfony

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Rated 4

Matt Prelude at 12:22 on 18 Feb 2016

Interesting talk, a lot of good point, but too much time was spent in the warm-up (cold turkey vs chicken little, what is spaghetti etc) which took away time from the valuable content.

Rated 5

Paul Bele at 12:23 on 18 Feb 2016

Nice talk for a lot of people who use old codebase on a daily bases. Lots of different aspects on how to tackle small refactoring using not only Symfony as a a framework, but also Symfony components.

Rated 4

Chris Levy at 13:04 on 18 Feb 2016

Very useful information and ideas in this talk. I thought it did lack a little polish on the delivery, which I would think can be solved with repetition.

Rated 5

Riya dennis at 13:15 on 18 Feb 2016

Interesting talk, lots of useful info on how to migrate a legacy system :)

Rated 5

Anonymous at 13:30 on 18 Feb 2016

Love every talk by Kuba - practical and down-to-earth workshoppy talk with interesting tips and tricks sprinkled on.

Rated 4

Tom James at 13:38 on 18 Feb 2016

Great talk considering it was the first time its been delivered. Very informative provided good insight to dealing with legacy code and the issues with refactoring.

I liked the amount of practical advice; I think the same advice could have been made with Symfony examples but throw in some examples of doing it in other stacks for a generic conference like this,

Minor point! Good talk!

Rated 4

Stefan V at 14:35 on 18 Feb 2016

Good talk, really liked the real world examples, it would have been even better with more examples and less exposition.

Rated 5

Filip Golonka at 19:18 on 18 Feb 2016

Nice recipies to handle legacy code migrations from experienced developer

We are about to migrate legacy code, so this talk was very useful. I now have several concrete tips for the process, so thanks!

Great talk. Hearing a millionth talk on the topic there were still new things to take home.

Rated 3

Anonymous at 14:45 on 19 Feb 2016

An interesting talk with some good ideas that are not just limited to Symfony projects. I think maybe too much time was spent during the set-up - more time could have been spent on implementation detail and example.

Rated 5

Beata Burczyk at 20:37 on 19 Feb 2016

I wish to see more examples and a little more passion or interactivity with delegates, but in general it was very good talk, many good ideas to use not only in Sypfony projects.

Rated 5

Will Gibson at 21:29 on 19 Feb 2016

really useful talk, lots of very relevant tips for some sprawling pasta we're just starting to tidy up

Rated 4

Phil at 00:33 on 20 Feb 2016

This talk gave a few good ideas on how to quickly start modernising an old application.

Adding events to a legacy application may prove very useful.

One of the best talks during the conference! A lot of useful information, very well delivered.

Really great stuff for me. Delivery could be a little bit vivid. Overall great!

That was a perfect talk, it gave me a lot of new ideas how to refactor an old code!

Very good talk, coming with lots of experience and ideas. This would have been super useful for me last year when I was working on a legacy, no-framework code base, I wish I had heard it then!

Rated 4

Tom Cameron at 10:47 on 22 Feb 2016

Good talk - plenty to take in with regards to dealing with our legacy code!

Rated 4

David Shrive at 14:23 on 22 Feb 2016

This talk had some good idea however the introduction should have been a bit shorter, get to the good stuff sooner!

Very nice talk, shown me some mistakes I've done in past (i.e. cold turkey approach) and clearly a couple of good ways on how to deal with legacy code.