Talk in English - US at php[tek] 2015
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Building PHP Daemons and Long Running Processes
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Excellent and accurate information Definitely a cool way of using PHP.
really enjoyed the presentation and good coverage of content. Exactly what I was hoping the lecture would cover
Fantastic stuff. Practical examples.
Good information and presented at a good pace, but I felt like the info graphic format of the presentation made it harder to digest. I would prefer standard slides.
Tim did an excellent job communicating WHY we might want to use PHP for long running daemons and then actually showed us HOW. I was not aware of the internal process control capabilities of the language that can make it fairly elegant to write daemons in this way. Very good.
It's nice to learn more options to run processes other than cron. Thanks Tim!
daemon is pronounced like "demon," not "daymon." I cringed every time the presenter said it.
Really well presented. Able to clearly convey a lot of information in a little bit of time. Great live examples!
Format was great. Very informative with both explanation and illustration. Thanks!
Excellent talk. Covers basics, tools and different ways to run and "manage" long running processes. The demo at the end was very helpful to put things in context.
Great presso. Always love live coding examples.
Having a brief mention and description of the various options along with a reference to use case or pros/cons was very helpful to putting the long-running/daemon use into perspective.
Very good talk. Answered some questions I've had for a long time. Thanks!
I wish the talk was a bit longer to the Tim can go more in depth on the topic.
Fantastic talk that I wish was a bit longer.
Thoroughly enjoyed this. Now I have a better idea how to start going about doing this, and what the practical uses might be.
Perhaps one of the most "oh wow, I want to build that" talks at php[tek]. Informative, well-presented, and inspiring.