Good informative talk.
I was completely new to the topic and this gave me some clear information so I know what can be done with it.
Nice simple examples that at times even went to important details.
I'm not expecting to use it soon, but knowing what is possible is very important.
Great talk and a lot of information!
Only some things weren't completely new for me. Information about indexes was very useful, I didn't know it was that bad at times!
Also nice to see a speaker so enthusiastic about the topic he is speaking about. :)
Only downside was the size of the examples on the screen, but that was picked up in a good way by explaining in detail what was on the screen.
Very good talk. Had some practical and easy to use tips.
I am definitely gonna use some of them.
And some reading to do.
Finally the chance to meet Evert who had my attention from the early start of this project! Good to see that his initial ideas still stand.
One thing to learn though.... phone...! Sorry Evert for me finding out that you still had it turned on....
Enjoyed this talk that covered the basics of webDAV. The small examples on the actual usage were ok but there was some time left for even some more (advanced) examples like using webdav as a meta-filesystem like procFS (very interessting possibilities).
WebDAV is yet another cool component to place onto my todo-list :)
Great new talk by Joshua! Even the first was partly unknown to me... and that should have been the simple one everyone completely knows!
I agree with Stefan that more people should see this!
well arranged food, drinks and location. it was a pleasure to be there
Interesting overview of the webDAV technology. I haven't yet used the technology so it was completely new for me, but it did give me some inspiration of situations in which this could definitely be applied. Evert is also a very good natural speaker, making it pleasant to listen to him.
And of course, Evert added some live entertainment with his phone beeping at every Twitter mention ;)
Excellent list of tips. Some of them I knew, some of them I didn't know, and a couple I thought I knew about turned out to be completely different (varchar, anyone?). Awesome talk, every PHP developer working with MySQL should see this one at least once.
Kudo's to enrise for sponsoring the beer, food and space to listen and discuss!