Real-time sports statistics with Node.js, web sockets and Symfony2


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More code examples or more 'this worked and this did not' would be useful.

Anonymous at 17:04 on 17 May 2013

More technical details about the components/servers would have been nice. Very general conclusion. Good presentation

Since we built something akin to your system (though with a smaller scope, just 1 soccer team), it was interesting to see how others solved this problem (we ended up using PubNub for live match coverage). Shameless plug : a full write-up of our approach can be found at

It would have been great if you had also given a more hands-on approach, as mentioned by @Endijs above.

Anonymous at 18:42 on 17 May 2013

Great Talk with a deeper insight in how the solution is actually done. Liked it :-) Also the relation to Speakers who talked about Messaging earlier.

Anonymous at 21:37 on 17 May 2013

Good view behind the scenes. More code examples will be great.

I didn't like the "advertising" part of the talk, very focused on the company. Apart from that, the talk was quite interesting and gave a lot of inspiration about how the tackle such kind of critical application.

good for inspiration

Interesting overview of a complex application. But the constant switching between the two speakers made it sometimes a bit difficult to follow.

Anonymous at 15:54 on 19 May 2013

Interesting and delivered in a good way. The talk could have contained some more technical details, but I can's say which part to elaborate further. Therefore I feel that it was great as an inspirational talk.
Also good that there was time left for questions in the end.

Thanks for all the feedback and thoughts, both IRL and here at! Feel free to contact us if you have any questions, I just added a simplified version of the slides.

@Wim Vandersmissen: Cool, many thanks for the link!

WOW! a really inspiring talk. Thanks!

A very nice overview of an impressive architecture. I wouldn't mind a few more technical details as well, but it's always nice to see what problems are being tackled by colleagues around the world.