10 Years of PHPUnit: What works, what doesn't

Sebastian Bergmann (10.Oct.2011 at 11:15)
Talk at International PHP Conference / WebTech Con 2011 (English - UK)

Rating: 4 of 5

2011 marks the 10th anniversary of PHPUnit, the de-facto standard for unit testing PHP work. Join Sebastian Bergmann, the tool's creator, in this session for a look at the history of the project, at new features in PHPUnit 3.6, as well as upcoming developments.

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Rating: 4 of 5

10.Oct.2011 at 13:00 by Daniel Londero (74 comments)

No need to write something about the speaker. He performs alway great. Nice and interesting walk into PHP QA tools over the years. I'd have like to see something more on Jenkins, but I got the hint so I can study it by myself.

Rating: 3 of 5

12.Oct.2011 at 12:06 by Anonymous

I liked the talk and the speaker, allthough I found it a little bit pointless. I could have read the project roadmap and would have had the same informations I got after this talk. I don't know exactly what I was aspecting but I thought it would point out more of the things like "what works and what doesn't". Your plans for the future, stories about the past, something like that.

I think there was more potential in this talk.

Thank you anyway

Rating: 4 of 5

13.Oct.2011 at 22:03 by Anonymous

I agree. I'd also like more information about "What can be tested (easily), and what can not and why it will be integrated in the next version or not."
Like the guy asked at last ("How can we test the database...."). I think all the developers have the same problems on how to use phpunit in the appropriate way.

Interesting aspects were mentioned about 3.6. and what will come in the future. (For e.g. the declarations (small, medium, ...) of the tests)

BTW Good work Sebastian, keep going!

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