Dig in Security with Symfony


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Anonymous at 11:19 on 3 Dec 2015

Nice talk and explanation, but nothing new and nothing that you can find out in documentation.

Yohann Marillet at 11:47 on 3 Dec 2015

Basically it's the presentation of what you can find in the documentation. I would have preferred something else about the security

Anonymous at 12:07 on 3 Dec 2015

Like others said: Good overview, simple explanation of the security functionality. Nothing new though.

Anonymous at 12:12 on 3 Dec 2015

Anonymous at 12:21 on 3 Dec 2015

Anonymous at 14:34 on 3 Dec 2015

sujet intéressant, mais il aurait fallu parler moins vite. j'ai eu un peu de mal à suivre.

Anonymous at 14:42 on 3 Dec 2015

Stefan Braspenning at 14:52 on 3 Dec 2015

would have been nice to see an example

Nice for newcomers, but I feel letdown by the title which promised to "dig in the security".

Anonymous at 15:36 on 3 Dec 2015

Good talk I learned some stuff so thanks for that. Just one little thing your're saying too many times yeah ;-)

Good presentation. A little bit too "scholastic" and not so far from the documentation but refreshing. Could have been great to have some extra tips or going further materials

Anonymous at 10:49 on 4 Dec 2015

Anonymous at 11:16 on 4 Dec 2015

Too basic

Great speaker, but I was expecting more than a reinterpretation of the Symfony documentation. Maybe examples from customer cases?

Anonymous at 17:15 on 4 Dec 2015

Very nice overview ! Thanks.

Good presentation, although a bit too "textbooky" for my taste, as other reviewers said, nothing that you can't find in the manual. She didn't go in anything opaque. I was interested to find out what the shortcomings of previous implementations were, how the current implementation came into being and so on.
I could tell she was a bit emotional by the number of "so yeah"s :)

Nice well paced talk and you spoke very well. As others have said though it wasn't much new.

Nice overview of the security component, but like others I missed some depth. At times you also seemed to be rushing a bit, which makes it harder (especially for newcomers) to follow along. Maybe you could mention some of the security providers that exist out there to add some more depth to the talk?

A bit too fast but totally great.
I give you 4 and not 5, because I would like to hear
more about "internal" (cf "Dig in Security") or
some real life example.

Anonymous at 15:07 on 7 Dec 2015

Good overwiev but too much like a newcomers formation I think

Anonymous at 15:10 on 7 Dec 2015

Thanks for this interesting talk!

A good beginner talk for vulgarizing the Security component and the SecurityBundle. Could have been a bit more complete (with use cases), but of course, it's difficult within a short time limit.

Good presentation however I expected more real digging into Security than showing what can be found in documentation

Anonymous at 06:35 on 8 Dec 2015

Nice talk and explanation, but nothing new and nothing that you can find out in documentation.

Anonymous at 19:46 on 11 Dec 2015