The recorded video of my presentation I gave at Laracon EU last summer.
The title is, in hindsight, a badly chosen one. I tried to make it a pun on "Minimum Viable Product" (you know, the startup-y stuff), but it ended up giving perhaps a false expectation to the audience thinking it was about minimal linux distros, which it wasn't.
I plan to give this talk some more times, but i'll change a few things;
- Skip the Linux landscape intro (does anyone still care?)
- Change the title to something more like "Troubleshooting PHP as a Linux sysadmin"
- Perhaps skip the SSH stuff, just keep the tunnel information (to help in debugging)
- Focus more on live-troubleshooting with
Lots of lessons learned from me in this talk, it was by far the talk that received the most widely ranging feedback. From 0/10 to 10/10. Most -- I think -- was related to wrong expectations from the start (hence, changing the title).
The goal is -- and will continue to be -- to show debugging techniques that are more sysadmin focussed, to show a different perspective on debugging applications.