As someone just starting out with unit testing, it was definitely helpful to see the approach of someone else with more experience.
I *really* liked where you were going with this talk. Your approachable yet informed style is great! You were well prepared--to the point that when AV trouble struck, you had a PDF available to show the meat of your presentation on another machine. You even were able to describe what you would have live-coded on your feet.
I would still love to see the live-coding aspect, and how it works out. I got a good idea of the flow you were describing, but to see it in action would certainly make it click.
Thanks for the great talk!
P.S. Rika Usami is my new hero!
Well done! Since my team are about to migrate data from an old site to a new site, this talk was timely. Phinx looks like an interesting tool to look into in more detail.
You did a great job of discussing the alternative ways we all do data migration before launching into what makes Phinx such an interesting tool. I appreciate that you mentioned at least one room-for-improvement in Phinx.
You also recognized a missing slide near the end (Phinx status after a rollback).
This talk just needs a little bit of polish to be perfect. Good job!