The content had a logical progression and sticking to a theme (homebrewing in this case) made it easier to follow along from introductory to more complete examples closer to the end of the talk. There wasn't much as much discussion about functional programming as one might have expected from the abstract. That's not unexpected given that this was a PHP talk, but it did work against a climatic conclusion.
Nicolas Cage also gave this five thumbs up.
Demin did a great job conveying what could easily have been hard-to-digest material in a well structured and concise presentation. He reinforced appropriate use cases for the framework, which was appreciated in some Twitter conversation surrounding the talk. Additionally, he was able to dive into some internal topics both during his presentation and in the Q&A to follow, which demonstrated a solid understanding of the subject.
This was the best talk I've been to on the conference! Very actionable, easy to use tips.
Webhooks is probably a really big topic, but I feel like having a map in the hand after the talk, with at least some pointers about how to start and make sure I don't mess up right in the beginning.
Was an interesting interactive experience. I was a bit late, when I arrived Damien asked what I was personally looking for in this talk, and he pointed me where I can exactly find it.
Nice humor, nice slide design, and it was great meeting you outside of the talk.
Nice focus on high level things (so many dealing with accessibility) and not making attendees feel guilty about not shooting for everything, at least at once.
Well done. Thought it covered all the community aspects well and I even mentioned it on my talk on the next day.
Thought this was delivered very well and easy enough to understand. Only way it could have gotten better is if you gave out free muffins or candy.
Great talk, we have been call center saas hopping and this is now an option.