Talk comments

Emily Stamey at 11:07 on 21 Aug 2018

This was a fantastic talk! The speaker engaged the audience with humor and great information. I left with some new ways to look at things and tools for managing fear. I will try some new things and use those tools to overcome the fears.

Emily Stamey at 14:22 on 20 Aug 2018

I really appreciated the full view of pipelines explained in this talk. The speaker started out identifying a pipeline on the commandline and explaining what they were. There was a single example of a pipeline he needed in his work, which we worked through, and then there were a couple of other code examples he showed us. I liked the flow of it and felt like I had the information I needed as we moved through the examples. It was great!

Great closing keynote, I loved how much he focused on communication.

This was so fun to experience, Margaret's slides were so great, loved all the gifs. She fit in a ton of information in the time, and clearly related the topic to tech/programming in a way that made it much easier to understand. Would attend again :)

Steve's talk was informational and entertaining, lots of good examples!

Kenneth White at 08:14 on 20 Aug 2018

Very cool to see this mapped out! I can't wait to have the chance to use this.

Kenneth White at 08:12 on 20 Aug 2018

Very applicable to my day-to-day work. Thanks for you time!

Kenneth White at 08:10 on 20 Aug 2018

I know where you were trying to get with the opening, but that could be condensed. A great message, otherwise.

This talk really helped me understand how PHP works under the hood. Your examples were clear and easy to understand. Prior to this I knew virtually nothing about AST and now I have a working understanding of it and am looking forward to using some of the techniques you suggested to analyze my code performance. I'm especially looking forward to trying out the Better Reflection library. Thanks for the talk and providing the slides!

Randall at 13:17 on 18 Aug 2018

This was excellent, and one of the more informative talks. Over the years, a lot of us have eschewed JavaScript and have a lot of catching up to do.

I liked that your talk was kind of modular. If someone got lost on a part it was okay... you would move on to something new and they could mentally reset.

I hope to see more in the future.