This session will dive into Composer's guts to see which choices we made worked and which ones did not. After six years and a few hundred thousand users, the Composer code has been through many iterations, problems and successes. Let's have a retrospective to see what we can learn from it.


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213 at 18:21 on 16 Nov 2017

Awesome to see what kind of things you can learn from a project like this. The presentation was a solid 5/5, enjoyed it a lot. Would've given a 10/5, just for his job on composer if I could.

Yannick at 18:25 on 16 Nov 2017

Great presentation and cool examples. Composer is the backbone of almost all of our projects and love to hear more about the internals.

Was a bit over time so I have to deduct a point. But keep it up!

Steve Winter at 19:03 on 16 Nov 2017

As always Jordi is an engaging, though self-deprecating presenter.

Timo Bakx at 21:01 on 16 Nov 2017

Great talk. Awesome examples and engaging speaker. Though some of the slides were a bit hard to read.

Nice entertaining presentation to end a info-packed day.

Funny and insightful. Also very personal and engaging. A keynote as it should be !

Great talk and yunno composer


Antonio Peric at 16:27 on 17 Nov 2017

Nice presentation, interesting topic but feel like I heard it already but with different titles and content

The presentation was done in a relaxed and entertaining way. The code examples were a bit hard to read but he described the content quite well.

It was also very interesting to hear the insights about working on a successful open source project and what it means for the maintainers.

Good talk!

Not really technical but really great presentation about maintaining opensource project

Andreas B. at 08:53 on 20 Nov 2017

Excellent talk on how composer became one of the best package managers for a programming language. Jordi is so humble about it you sometimes need to remind him of the impact he's had on the PHP ecosystem.