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Automated Testing for PHP training course

If you believe that training is expensive, it is because you do not know what ignorance costs. -- Michael Leboeuf - Tweet by NomadPHP

I’m delighted to announce my new venture, PHP Training, with my friend Gary Hockin. As you can probably guess from the name, PHP Training is a training organisation where we provide public training courses on topics related to PHP.

These courses will be held in person, initially at various venues in the UK, and are taught by Gary and myself. Both of us are experienced trainers and this is the first time we’ve offered training courses where individuals and small teams can attend.

Our first course will be held in Bristol on 13-14 March 2018 and concentrates on teaching you how to test your PHP applications:

Automatically testing your applications is incredibly important when you’re developing professional, resilient apps — and working with PHP is no exception. Knowing how and where to start when you’ve decided to start automated testing can be intimidating, so this two-day course in Bristol will cover (from scratch) everything you’ll need to know to start testing your applications with industry standard tools such as PHPUnit. We’ll include how to start testing (and why you should) and look at Unit, Integration and Acceptance testing, along with how you can automate the running of your test suite using continuous integration software for an even higher level of confidence.

The course is suitable for complete beginners as well as those with a little experience in writing automated tests and is delivered by Rob Allen and Gary Hockin; two industry recognised experts who have given courses around the world. You’ll be part of a tiny group to make sure that the quality of the lessons is the highest possible, and lunch on both days will be provided.

I’m confident that you’ll benefit from this course – buy a ticket now!

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