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Very interesting. The subject was treated differently than I expected. Things I picked up were the importance and method of establishing a baseline of your platform and stack, and the relativity of benchmark values.
Presenter speaks very clearly and needs no microphone to fill the room. Talk was clearly structured and easy to follow along.
Nice presentation. The small informal room made it easy to interact with the presenter. Plenty of room for questions and discussion. The presenter came across as quite relaxed and used to public speaking.
Would have liked some more examples of the architecture the hoster uses; some more configuration specifics.
Interesting talk, although it wasn't clearly structured. I had a hard time determining where the talk was going. I also feel insufficient time was spent on a conclusion, i.e. teaching the best practice.
The speaker seemed to assume that people knew to use UTF-8 and why. Still learned more about the origin of the problem though, and about the confusion between charsets and encodings.
Would have liked more depth. Especially in the beginning a lot of time was spent on explaining basic concepts that I believe the audience would already be aware of, considering the title of the talk.
Other than that, the talk was clear, there was plenty of time for questions and they were handled well. A decent amount of real-world tips that provided food for thought. I enjoyed it.
I downloaded the presentation in slideshare and I want more.
Can someone please share the detailed notes on every slide and if possible the video of the presentation.
A good talk as an introduction to mobile as a PHP developer. A few gaps that I expected to be filled such as the PHP TeraWurfl library and using services like Device Anywhere. I do think that people should be made aware that not everyone has a smart phone and that developing for a mobile world doesn't stop at iPhones, iPads and the like. As I say - as an introduction, it serves a purpose.
Only saw the last minutes + questions at this talk. Also looked at the slides.
A subject that everyone runs into and most people have difficulty with. This talk and slides helped a lot!
no need to repeat the differences between phpundercontrol and jenkins, as they are mostly about looks. Most of the difference's could be described as similarity's: the same tool is behind the information.
For the next talk about this, try to focus on the real differences. That way people can make a decision on what is important for them and use that tool.
In all a good talk.
You only seemed a bit nervous, no need for that. we don't bite! well... I won't! Someone else might, but I doubt it.