Thanks!

Thanks for attending my talk "Storing Non-Scalar Data" at Midwest PHP that I gave on March 18th, 2017. Here you can find some extra information about the talk if they are available. For this talk we have:

Questions?

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Slides

The talks slides can be downloaded at nonscalar-midwestphp17.pdf

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Comments

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Very information-rich presentation. I think you did as well as possible while trying to cover so many different database options. I think it may have helped to have more examples in one or two of the database types and just cursory coverage of the others. Delivery style was adequate, though a more expressive tone would have helped me stay engaged in the material more.

This was a great talk! I wasn't aware of json format support in the different relational databases and I was glad to learn about the different ways nosql databases handle things.

I was impressed by how thoroughly this topic was covered. A lot of good info.

Great overview! The talk covered a lot of ground quickly and provided great insight into how different databases handle non-scalar data. As someone relatively new to backend development, I came away from the talk feeling that I could make informed decisions about handling non-scalar data.

I found the noSQL solutions more interesting than how relational database are implementing non-scalar data storage. You've gotten me interested in researching Elasticsearch more.

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