ZF2: Building a SOA Architecture


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Good info, but went really fast. Should have stopped for questions frequently.

Anonymous at 13:11 on 8 Oct 2013

Wayyy too quick.

Good info, but so fast there wasn't enough time to formulate intelligent questions.

Very fast, especially for someone who has never seen or used mappers, hydrators or entities before.

As stated above, the talk went too fast. I would have also liked to see what made this architecture ZF2 oriented.

Anonymous at 13:27 on 8 Oct 2013

Where can I find your slides or examples source code?

Anonymous at 13:27 on 8 Oct 2013

Where can I find your slides or examples source code?

This could have been an awesome talk on using events, and generally doing clever but elegant things. In the end, it was kind of a talk about SOA, but not really. And, the pace was *way* too fast. Before you could understand the words on the slide, or in the code being shown, the speaker moved on. There was no time for things to sink in, in order to ask good questions or even to provide a good foundation for the next part of the talk.

Great! Coming from a java world, good to see that zf2 has adopted the best practice for software development.

Anonymous at 14:53 on 8 Oct 2013

Good talk, but very quick and need to spend more time on each point and topic.

I found this to be a good and advanced overview of SOA, especially with regards to ZF2. The code examples where clear and concise. This is great foundational starting point for establishing good programming and services. Fluid!

Very informative. I agree the slides and code went up a little fast but you can always look at the slides later.

Way to quick through the information. The code examples would good, but I only got half way through trying to digest one before the presenter moved onto the next.

Material was breezed through, and what I could see of the example code was disappointing if not confusing.

Anonymous at 11:53 on 9 Oct 2013

Sped through, and then didn't utilize the extra time for discussion.

As others have mentioned, it went by much too fast. Too bad, because the stuff we saw was pretty interesting.

My apologies for the pace that I went through this talk. The examples and slides are now online. Again; the talk was supposed to be far slower and I certainly breezed through things far too quickly.

This speaker announced how he didn't like presenting (three times previously) before his presentation. It's too bad this wasn't baseball.