Symfony: Your next Microframework

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Rated 4

Anonymous at 17:13 on 4 Dec 2015

Well, as interesting as ever, great job Ryan!

This was a inspiring talk. Got a whole bunch of different ideas on how to tacle future projects now. Real cool stuff you showed us.

Rated 5

Anonymous at 00:25 on 5 Dec 2015

Should have been Track A.

I learned Symfony after I'd been using PHP without frameworks for several years and I think that this approach would have helped me a lot in the early days.

Really descriptive about converting Fullstack symfony into micro Framework !
Have now some good ideas for my next project. ( no Silex no Laravel just symfony). Thanks Ryan ! Great Job!

Another interesting and entertaining talk. I think I'll borrow the split admin and frontend into seperate kernels idea in some future projects ;-).

As a teacher myself I was really looking forward for this. I am convinced that boiling down Symfony to its minimal dimension is crucial for learning, and the MicroKernel will really help me on that. My next Symfony courses will take this talk in serious consideration. (and I also have a couple of projects that I will enjoy to "microfy" :D)

Amazing talk by an extremely dynamic speaker this talk was perfectly structured.

The only thing I can comment upon is that the room was extremely packed due to the talk popularity which made it extremely warm, perhaps it would have been better suited to a Track A slot.

Great piece of code,
great slides,
great lively presentation (crystal clear and and perfectly adapted to the public you had in front of you);

you are one of the speakers that make me want to come back every year! Thumbs up!

Very good talk, thank you!

Rated 5

Anonymous at 10:56 on 9 Dec 2015

Slides are here : http://fr.slideshare.net/weaverryan/symfony-your-next-microframework-symfonycon-2015

Slides : http://fr.slideshare.net/weaverryan/symfony-your-next-microframework-symfonycon-2015