Make Your Project SOLID!


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Anonymous at 16:29 on 22 Nov 2012

very nice talk, about coding principles every programmer should know

Great explanation and good examples

Anonymous at 20:40 on 22 Nov 2012

Liked the talk. Heard it at the phpuchh before, but this time in english. Can't recommend it enough to really try to get the hang of SOLID :-)

SOLID talk on how to decouple your code and make it reusable and extensible. Not really new to me, but great roundup.

Anonymous at 21:28 on 22 Nov 2012

Anonymous at 22:21 on 22 Nov 2012

Thanks for the great talk! I didn't study Computer Science and always struggle when it comes to structuring my code. Your talk gave me a good guideline on how to approach this now.

Important principle explained very good.

Anonymous at 09:20 on 23 Nov 2012

No nonsense approach to modeling nicely presented. Very helpful for my own projects

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Anonymous at 09:35 on 23 Nov 2012

A great overview of the SOLID principles. Very well spoken.

Anonymous at 11:23 on 23 Nov 2012

Very interesting.

Anonymous at 12:25 on 23 Nov 2012

Thank you for the great talk. Most of the principles I already knew, but this talk freshed up my memory quite well

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Anonymous at 23:24 on 23 Nov 2012

I like everything that comes from Martin C. Fowler. Especially everything related to good methodologies and practices.

Anonymous at 11:57 on 24 Nov 2012

Indeed very important principles for every developer. But I expected every attendant of the event to already know and live them, so I was a bit surprised that we still need to talk about them.
Everyone: Read Fowler and Martin!!
Anyways, nice presented.

Already knew this talk in german - but it's always a pleasure to hear Tobi speaking - and to find out how much you can improve in principle techniques

Good talk. Very well presented.

Superb talk with a good balance between abstract concepts and easy to understand examples. But I didn't understand why the speaker gave the speak in the SOLDI order.

Tobias is such a great speaker. This was a SOLID talk!

Very good talk in every regard. My favorite one at that day.

Anonymous at 13:41 on 25 Nov 2012

Good talk introducing you to SOLID in case you didn't know it already - nevertheless you should have had a good insight into OOP concepts for this talk - which means you have probably already heard of SOLID or implement it every day.

Great talk and well explained the SOLID principles. But, not all procedural code is spaghetti / STUPID. Non-OO does not automatically mean legacy. I think the most important thing is having tests so you are able to refactor to SOLID.

Anonymous at 16:50 on 25 Nov 2012

I enjoyed this talk a lot. It was well structured, had relevant examples, and good illustrations. The speaker had the energy and skills to communicate the topic in a way that kept interest from beginning to the end. My favourite of the day:), keep it up!

kind of "read the docs" but nice talk anyways

Useful information with good presentation.