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TestFest 2009 Kicks Off
Apr 02, 2009 @ 09:37:16

With the start of April 2009 also comes the beginning of this year's TestFest events. Zoe Slattery has posted about it:

So here we are at the beginning of the 2009 TestFest. There are currently 16 PHP user groups intending to participate, these are pretty widely distributed from Brazil, the USA and Europe.

The repository is open and available for the submissions the groups might make (more info here and here on testing procedures and how to submit the results) and you can always join the IRC channel on the Freenode IRC network - #phptestfest. You'll find plenty of help and conversation about writing tests and getting them where they need to go.

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PHPWomen.org:
Interview with Zoe Slattery
Nov 14, 2007 @ 11:18:00

On the PHP Women website today, there's a new interview (by Lorna Mitchell) with Zoe Slattery, one of the speakers at this year's International PHP Conference (her talk was titled "TEST || die".

Zoe's talk at the conference was entitled "TEST || die"; she talked about how she got into testing PHP itself and her hopes for the future. There is little activity on the PHP QA mailing list and a great need for more tests to be written so that changes to fix known bugs or add new features will not break existing functionality.

They talk about Zoe's beginning days with PHP and with testing, some of her fellow developers, speaking experience and a bit about her life outside of the "PHP bubble".

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PHPWomen.org:
Interview with Zoe Slattery
Nov 14, 2007 @ 11:18:00

On the PHP Women website today, there's a new interview (by Lorna Mitchell) with Zoe Slattery, one of the speakers at this year's International PHP Conference (her talk was titled "TEST || die".

Zoe's talk at the conference was entitled "TEST || die"; she talked about how she got into testing PHP itself and her hopes for the future. There is little activity on the PHP QA mailing list and a great need for more tests to be written so that changes to fix known bugs or add new features will not break existing functionality.

They talk about Zoe's beginning days with PHP and with testing, some of her fellow developers, speaking experience and a bit about her life outside of the "PHP bubble".

tagged: interview zoeslattery intlphpcon2007 phpwomen interview zoeslattery intlphpcon2007 phpwomen

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