Talk comments

Great talk, very interessting and good presentation.

Absolutely awesome talk. Well structured and exactly what I was looking for.

Arul Kumaran at 14:12 on 29 Sep 2018

This talk was well received and appreciated offline

I wish I knew about rector a few years ago, but it didn't exist yet back then. Great talk!

Absolutely great talk! Was much fun, I would prefer having more details into possible attack vectors that would help people to secure their applications. But it was a really good and fun talk.

Tomas Votruba at 15:28 on 28 Sep 2018

Funny, straight to the point, with images I could understand :)
I loved the main difference - focus on details, that matters to users + the demo showing these differences in practice.

Miro Svrtan at 10:39 on 28 Sep 2018

Great idea for a panel, speakers were not only funny and interesting but full of information to share with the audience!

Miro Svrtan at 15:22 on 27 Sep 2018

Great info into what is new with xdebug 2.6 and what is coming in 2.7, sharing the pain of maintaining library that is so dependent on inner workings of PHP engine.

I would love to hear this talk in a longer format, maybe focusing a bit more on other changes/features in previous versions as well, as xdebug is an internal tool, it's hard to follow all the features coming as a user.

Miro Svrtan at 15:19 on 27 Sep 2018

Very interesting talk on a package/library to help you integrate Wordpress and Laravel together in order to have benefits from both eco-systems.

Speaker was visibly nervous, concentrating his look on laptop screen, but still got his point across. Not sure if this was Joes first talk or not but with a bit of preparations, I'm sure you can improve your skills!

Miro Svrtan at 15:14 on 27 Sep 2018

Really nice input, I understand the need to do a brief introduction to ES+CQRS but would love to hear this talk being focused on how + experiences using prooph/micro + fpp libraries, going in deeper into the subject (I guess there wasnt enough time now).