Talk in English - US at ZgPHP meetup #79 (2018/03)
Short URL: https://joind.in/talk/fd657
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We all use built in PHP array functions, but do we consider the cost of doing that? What is time complexity and how to apply it in everyday programming?
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Very well explained, perfectly paced. Thumbs up :)
Nice explanation of how arrays work. Wanted to see a bit more of examples tho...
Good job Filip!
I tought this would be more of a beginner-level PHP array complexity talk but Filip started with pretty high expectations by diving into C implementation of the arrays and made this talk interesting for long time PHP users as well.
Speaker was a bit nervous but handled the talk well with really good English. Thumbs up Filip, hope to see you speak more often!
Really good talk, with core idea was well presented.
Few more examples would be good though.
Great talk, really interesting topic. I would suggest to the presenter to slow down a little bit, he ran through the slides. Everything else, great job. :)
Great talk and topic!
You were a bit nervous, but it went away after first minutes. Great English.
For your first talk, it was "excelente"! :)
For future I would suggest a slower pace and more examples that take the audience deeper into the topic.
Great talk! Examples were really good and very well explained. 10/10 Would listen again.
Great talk, would love to have it with a bit slower pace, but really enjoyed!
Excellent English skills and interesting topic. I like you didn't go too deep, but still showed enough about PHP and its "under the hood".
The theme was really interesting and the way it was presented was top notch. With that said I believe the presentation was moving a bit too fast sometimes and jumping backwards - forwards kinda lost me for some moments there. I believe the presenter was nervous a little but there's nothing wrong with taking a deep breath and slowing down :)
Great talk, looking forward to 2nd part
Great talk and presentation. A bit too fast.
Was quite an interesting topic. As others implied, a lil' bit too fast.
I personally don't go that far (beyond the outer rim), but talk about optimization, maaaan.