PHP in the Dark

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Very very nice

Very informative, thanks!

Great talk! Nicely done

That was covering the very basics of the cli possibilities, that woule have been great if it coule have been deeper, especially on the things mentionned in the very last slides.

@Yohann hi, thanks for your feedback. As I mentioned before the talk began (you might have been one of the people that came in after the mention), it was originally submitted as a 3h30 workshop, but I was asked by the organizers to do a 1h talk on the subject instead. Unfortunately, I didn't notice until yesterday that the outline of the workshop was entered as talk description. To grasp how to do the parallel processing I needed to tell 75% of what I did in my talk today + an extra half hour at least to cover par proc itself. So I certainly understand your reaction, because I find it becoming more interesting with parts 3&4 of the outline aswell.

Some very interesting stuff in the talk, but slightly too much information maybe for a 1 hour talk. Maybe shorten it a little bit more (I know you already left out a great deal though) because in the end there was a little bit rushing to get it done. But one of the most interesting tech talks of the conference imo.

I've learned some very useable stuff!

Nice talk, basic stuff well organised & explained. Indeed, more time would have been useful to dig deeper, as the interesting stuff just begins after what you presented. Well done for the time frame given.

Very good info for 1h. Parallel processing for next year then ? :)

Definitely an informative talk, with good slides. Presented in a very clear way. I learned a couple of things about programming for the CLI, and will be playing with the ability to create a daemon some time soon :)

One thing to note: Have a look at the Symfony2 Console component. It may be useful :)

Nice talk. This stuff is in PHP for at least 5 years, but probably new for a lot of people.
Curious about the slides that are not shown. Maybe next year?

Lovely slides, well structured & balanced talk with a number of interesting points :)

Interesting content, well presented (calm, clear) and nice slides.

The slides were just amazing, I could notice that Jeroen put a lot of effort into them which made a talk on a very technical subject incredibly easy to follow. As someone who hardly did PHP in the dark before - even tho I always have a dark IDE... :P

I could completely follow the talk - Which was awesome! I learnt a lot :)

Great talk! Interesting points for advanced users, as well as a great starting point for beginners. The presentation is well structured, and Jeroen is a good, and certainly calm speaker, who is taking the time during the talk to answer small questions, without going into deep.

Make it a tutorial next year?

Nice indeed! Covered enough for an hour.

Great, fun to watch presentation. All must-know tricks about writing console apps and daemonizing processes were covered and I believe most attendees regret the talk not being a workshop! Jeroen, thanks and keep on going!

Brilliant slides and an informative talk. I definitely heard some new stuff here!

Very indepth and well presented topic. Also very approachable by the audience. Super cool job!

Great talk presented well with good pace, some good slides with really clear and useful examples. I learned a lot of cool stuff. Maybe you should add a slide with examples of some real world use-cases.

Jeroen did a fantastic job detailing the varied ways you can use PHP from a non-web -- i.e. CLI -- context, from parsing arguments to creating and managing daemons in PHP. The slides were done quite well, and the examples were easy to grasp, yet simple in nature, making them easy to absorb. My only complaint is that I'd love to see a full workshop on this topic!

Content too basic on the topic and the speaker couldn't handle very basic questions.

Rated 5

Anonymous at 13:09 on 1 Feb 2012

Good talk, nice slides.