Introducing Zend Framework 3

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Chris Levy at 14:08 on 19 Feb 2016

This was the talk I was waiting for when I first saw the schedule, and it didn't disappoint.
Rob's calm and well paced speaking style means that all information he puts across is absorbed.
The content of the talk was great, and I can't wait to start moving our applications over to ZF3 components.

I also agree that the future of our community is to start depending on abstractions (psr-7, container-interop) rather than concrete libraries, meaning we can switch frameworks at will, awesome!

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Matt Prelude at 14:25 on 19 Feb 2016

Very informative. Will definitely be taking a look at Expressive.

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Tess Barnes at 14:34 on 19 Feb 2016

clear and well paced overview of the appealing features on ZF3 - definitely makes me want to revisit.

I found the code slides very readable but the text on the middleware diagram was very hard to read from the back of the room. (probably should have got a closer seat!)

Not really had a chance to look at ZF 3 yet, so really interesting to see how they are going about changing the fundamental architecture.

Certainly alot of things I want to be checking out, and looking forward to getting to grips with some of the ZF3 components,

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Gary Hockin at 15:57 on 20 Feb 2016

Really good talk. From a personal perspective I should have kept up to date with this stuff, and Rob's deliver and content was pitch perfect as usual. Thanks.

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James Dunmore at 23:52 on 21 Feb 2016

Can't say it's the most exciting of topics, but Rob made it interesting and I'll certainly be having a look at ZF3

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James Titcumb at 09:34 on 22 Feb 2016

Really good summary of ZF3 and also touched a bit on Expressive, and how/why they all fit together in a nice happy component-based family. Informative and some amusing quips.

Good walkthrough ZF3 offering. Might try it on a pet project first, to get my feet wet. Would love a performance comparison chart to help with the decision.