Talk in English - US at Symfony Live Berlin 2012
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Make Your Project SOLID!
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very nice talk, about coding principles every programmer should know
Great explanation and good examples
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.
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.
No nonsense approach to modeling nicely presented. Very helpful for my own projects
A great overview of the SOLID principles. Very well spoken.
Thank you for the great talk. Most of the principles I already knew, but this talk freshed up my memory quite well
I like everything that comes from Martin C. Fowler. Especially everything related to good methodologies and practices.
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.
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.
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.