Refactoring using Codeception

When: 03-10-2014 19:00
Where: Two Kings, Prins Hendrikstraat 91 Den Haag
Meetup link: Meetup link

Using the right tools to improve your code is always a challenge. This session we will be investigating a testing tool called Codeception. I’m certainly biased because we already use it and love it, but do join us for a pre-taste of this Zendcon talk by Jeroen van Dijk.

• 19:00 - 19:20: Welcome with drinks  & hotdogs

• 19:20 - 19:30: Intro by SweetlakePHP


• 19:30 - 20:30: Refactoring using Codeception by Jeroen van Dijk


• 20:30 - 20:45: Break


• 20:45 - 21:30: Group discussion


• 21:30 - 21:45: Raffle, Announcements, Feedback


• 21:45 - ??:??: Networking and drinks

Talk: Refactoring using Codeception by Jeroen van Dijk

You must have heard from unit testing… if not, then this really is talk for you! If you do know unit testing, then you might also have had that hurdle… where to start? And in the end, ending up having little unit tests for your application despite your efforts. And then that change request comes in… right on that complex piece of code. How are you going to refactor while maintaining all those ‘undocumented’ business rules? In this talk I’ll show how Codeception can leverage the developer to refactor visuals aspects of an application, maintaining backwards compatibility on API changes and even can assist in moving to a whole different server infrastructure.


About: Jeroen van Dijk 

Jeroen van Dijk is Technical Consultant at Enrise, a Netherlands-based open source development company, and board-member of the PHPBenelux team. He has been doing development with PHP for more then 15 years, with a passion for high-performance and high-volume web applications based on open source. When not expanding his knowledge about internet techniques Jeroen can be found at a squash court taking out his opponents!


Raffle:

2x Book "A Year With Symfony" (1 digital and 1 dead tree version)
A copy of PHPArchitect magazine


Sponsors:

Two Kings
Future500 BV
PHPArch 
Matthias Noback