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Really enjoyed this year's conference. The mix of speakers was good and varied, some technical, some more holistic, all great. The new venue was better I think, nice having the communal areas close to the talking spaces.
Very minor thing, could have maybe done with a coffee at lunctime, post-food wake-up before the afternoon talks.
Great conference. Got a lot of directly applicable actions out of it and feel like I've doubled my teams workload in my head. Can't wait to next years conference.
Great event. Interesting subjects, awesome speakers, great venue and a brilliant crowd all combining to create a fantastic conference.
The beverages on offer or not on offer at various points throughout the day were a little limited and could be improved upon but this nitpicking on a very well organised event.
Brilliant event overall, with a great selection of talks delivered by knowledgeable, motivated and inspiring people.
My only negative point is against the catering - the lunch options were a limited selection of three sandwich types and one soup, with no tea/coffee served during this time.
Loved every minute of the second instalment of this conference.
One thing to try and improve though: the rooms got very warm towards the end, which made it very difficult to give some of the more challenging talks the attention they deserved.
Left the conference today feeling very impressed - great range of talks, speakers and the venue was fantastic. I can't wait to see the ScotlandPHP series of annual conferences grow into the space available and evolve into even further greatness.
Very nice venue and overall good selection of talks. The lunch options could be improved, but that's whining at a high level. Would have loved a closing slot with lightning talks, but I guess that's whishfull thinking in the PHP conf game.
Loved the option for blind ticket holders to have a minor voice in the talk selection process. More conferences should follow their lead.