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Nice talk on how to get you started with unit testing on a legacy project. Mike showed us it's really not that difficult to get your hands dirty and that there's an immediate pay-off. Usually developers are not the problem, so I recommend this talk to all people who decide what developers have to spend their time on :-)

Rated 5

Anonymous at 14:06 on 10 Jun 2014

I've seen Michelangelo present A LOT. Mostly on Zend Framework, community & testing. Some of them I really liked, some of them I liked less.

But this talk is by far the best talk I've seen by him. Not only is the topic relevant in this day and age, but Michelangelo clearily proved that he knows what he's talking about.

Thanks to testing heroes like Michelangelo (and Chris Hartjes & Sebastian Bergmann) I've started writing unit tests myself. And eversince, the quality of my projects has increased.

I liked the angle of this talk: turning someone else's ugly code into something testable.

Good job!

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I've seen Michelangelo present A LOT. Mostly on Zend Framework, community & testing. Some of them I really liked, some of them I liked less.

But this talk is by far the best talk I've seen by him. Not only is the topic relevant in this day and age, but Michelangelo clearily proved that he knows what he's talking about.

Thanks to testing heroes like Michelangelo (and Chris Hartjes & Sebastian Bergmann) I've started writing unit tests myself. And eversince, the quality of my projects has increased.

I liked the angle of this talk: turning someone else's ugly code into something testable.

Good job!

It was nice to see a presentation about testing with legacy code instead of the beautiful blank canvas a brand new project provides. You showed us it can be done, and I thank you for that.

Rated 4

Anonymous at 20:54 on 20 Jun 2014

Nice introduction tot inspire us tot start testing. Even our legacy projects.

One big note: Try to avoid giving the impression you are looking down on people who are not yet testing.