Talk in English - UK at PHP North West 2010 (PHPNW10)
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Unit testing after Zend Framework 1.8
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A talk that brought the house down, excellent intro and tips.
I really enjoyed this. Good intro to unit testing. Can't wait to try it on my projects... :)
A good intro to unit testing with ZF in mind. Useful beyond ZF too as not everything was ZF specific.
The talk made me feel that I could actually go ahead and start unit testing applications, models, etc. very easily. Would have been nice to have touched on unit testing library files as well as the app and models, but I'm assuming the same concepts are used. Looking forward to the 'Green; fuzzy and warm' feeling from the unit tests. :-)
As a noob to unit testing this was a good intro, loved it
As someone who only unit tests models at the moment it was useful to see other approaches (controller testing / database). Thanks!
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Next time im asked about setting up unit tests for a zf app, why they're important, or how to bring down the ceiling using only the power of cool, im pointing people to this talk!
Enjoyed the talk. Good use of the Twitter mouse over security flaw. That definitely helps to hit home how important functional or acceptance tests are.
Also glad to see you went above the basic assertEquals function and included data providers and data sets.
Bring on that "warm and fuzzy feeling".
Loved the presentational style, picked up quite a few useful tricks to boot. Unit testing never appealed so much!
Unit testing everything in a Zend Framework application can be a bit daunting, but Michelangelo's relaxed style and extensive knowledge made this complex subject seem nice and easy.
When all of the tests passed he would use the expression "lots of green, warm fuzzy feeling inside", which I might use when reporting unit tests to my own managers!