The first part of the presentation might have been a little bit to cryptic for people that have not dived into DI before but I think that it can be fixed with more explanation of the goals of the refactor on the first example.
The rest of the presentation was super nice and very interesting. I hope the slides are gonna be made available.
Very nice talk.
I do think this was a bit hard to follow for people that didn't have experience with DI at all. Try to keep that in mind.
You speak very well, calm and clear.
Really great talk! For the websites parts, I'd do just one slide with the names or logos of the big websites/clients rater than a list of screenshots. People want to know how impressive it is rather than the look of the websites ;-) Other than that, I could not do that good for a first time, well done!
Really interesting talk to me as I feel like I could really use these bundles.
The talk was also well structured and not too much into detail so people with no knowledge of Symfony2 or no intention of using the bundles, could still follow and learn why they might be useful.
Interesting to hear about the road towards the bundles as well (considering other technologies, other existing bundles...).
Interesting talk, but might want to consider the crowd. I think the talk is ideal for people starting out with Symfony2. If people have little experience with Symfony2 (or DI in general) this talk was probably a little hard to follow.
People with a little more SF2 experience were probably familiar with most things. Still, some cool "did you knows" (e.g. tagging console command services).
Also, congrats on the live coding. It went really well and was really well prepared. For a first time, you really pulled it off (I've seen more experienced talkers do worse).
Great talk, with good examples to get you started if you are new to DI. They make the point, and even though you say they are oversimplified, you also demonstrated their power (by switching services that implement the same interface). As I mentioned during the Q&A, The principles of PHP package design by Matthias Noback (https://leanpub.com/principles-of-php-package-design) is a good read for everyone interested in the SOLID principles, even though it is still in writing.
Great talk. But I think this is hard to follow if you didn't get into DI before.