Your team has chosen a coding standard to use and you’re well on your way to a consistent code style for all your projects. But… there are some extra things you’d like to check for, some rules you really can’t be bothered with and some which sort of fit your needs, but not completely. Now what ?

Come and learn how to make the PHP Codesniffer work for you and how to streamline the PHPCS related work-flow along the way.


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Great introduction to PHPCS with some parts just going deep enough so you can get an understanding of them, and can 'deep dive' into them later.

Koen Cornelis at 16:08 on 27 Jan 2018

Nice talk, cool knowledgeable speaker, good slides, decent enough demo. Every now and then a tad weird by the insistence on feedback.

Joel Lord at 16:22 on 27 Jan 2018

Good talk with just a nice balance of information and demos.

Cool reminder what is possible with phpcs

Timo Schinkel at 09:14 on 29 Jan 2018

Got some new insights into the possibilities of PHPCS. Great introduction if you're not yet working with PHPCS.

Robin Brackez at 11:51 on 29 Jan 2018

An ease introduction to PHP Code Sniffer. The talk was very accessible, though it felt like a missed chance that no examples of modern IDE integrations were given. (and the garden picture metaphors weren't really necessary :)

Jasper Kennis at 14:54 on 29 Jan 2018

Good, I'd had hoped for some more info on how to write sniffers and tokenisers, but it was very inspiring to see Juliette's way of working.

I was hoping for some more dept

Well prepared talk by a knowledgeable speaker. Well structured with good depth and demos, especially the clear explanation about rulesets and standards stood out for me.

Jeroen de Jong at 11:26 on 7 Feb 2018

Juliette is a very enthusiastic speaker that delivers this talk very well. Even if you have used PHPCS in the past like I had, you should be able to get some new insights out of this talk