From Idea to Prototype in 50 Minutes with Laravel


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Barry Brannan at 18:05 on 6 Feb 2016

Fast paced talk that worked. Made me want to learn about Laravel.

Gary Hockin at 20:16 on 6 Feb 2016

Excellent, informative and beautifully delivered talk. Thanks Matt.

Matt Trask at 21:03 on 6 Feb 2016

I think Matt forgot to talk a breath in the first 15 minutes, but really good talk.

Very good example.

Cory Fisher at 06:24 on 8 Feb 2016

Great talk. Inspiring. I had to talk myself down from running home, abandoning my current project, and throwing together a project using your "use technologies that play-well-together" approach.

Harrison Heck at 11:34 on 8 Feb 2016

My favorite part of the talk was actually the bit on RAD. It made me realize that I spend most of my time worrying about having the perfect architecture, rather than actually having a working application. Matt is a fantastic speaker.

Excellent talk, he's always entertaining to hear. Be sure to catch him on his podcasts. The talk was also an excellent demonstration of using Laravel and related tools to do handle the heavy lifting, allowing you to focus on what's really important: your business.

Steven Wade at 09:24 on 9 Feb 2016

Really great talk! Matt addressed the problems that have always plagued my side projects and gives steps and advice to break the pattern and actually ship something!

Ryan Ebbers at 11:19 on 9 Feb 2016

Was looking forward to this talk from the moment I signup to attend SunshinePHP 2016. Matt did a great job walking us through launching a project quickly and efficiently, and also introduced me to the "Ship It Squirrel". Anyone who loves Laravel, like I do, will love this talk. It really shows the power of the framework, and also gets down the key concepts when launching a project. He went into great detail about RAD and MVP, and helped me understand what those terms mean to someone who has used them on their projects. Highly recommend this talk.

I enjoyed your talk. It was a bit fast, at times, but otherwise quite enjoyable. Also, next time definitely do the TDD thing over pseudo-code.