PHP and Standards


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Anonymous at 13:57 on 20 May 2015

Good introduction to the subject--it's a shame the time was so short. Maybe a bit of a dry presentation, but it's a dry subject...

Anonymous at 19:22 on 20 May 2015

Very informative and a great introduction to the best-practices that are available to developers. Enough examples to make the PSRs make sense, and good recommendations on how strictly to enact each policy.

Riley Major at 00:59 on 21 May 2015

The presentation provided good information in the time allowed, briefly covering each of the accepted PSRs and touching on others proposed. However, the talk lacked enthusiasm.

I kind of felt like this talk just went over documentation I could have read on my own. The speaker seemed nice but could have been a bit more dynamic to make the content interesting and engaging.

I've been using PSR-0 and PSR-4 at my company and only briefly understood some of them before attending this session. Now I understand why the other PSR-1 and 2 weren't in the composer libraries as they were guides.

Thank you for this presentation, it brought me up to speed.

Anonymous at 21:54 on 25 May 2015

Valuable information learned, but the talk was a bit dry and the speaker's voice was a bit soothing. Try spicing things up with more enthusiasm and graphics.