Webinar on April 25th: Quality Assurance for PHP Projects Using PhpStorm with Michelangelo van Dam

Join us Thursday, April 25th for a free webinar, Quality Assurance for PHP Projects Using PhpStorm with Michelangelo van Dam.

PhpStorm LogoEveryone talks about raising the bar on the quality of code, but it’s hard to implement when you have no clue where to start. This talk is geared toward all levels of developers, and will teach you how to improve by using the right tools effectively – a must-attend for any PHP developer who wants to scale up their quality.

Michelangelo van Dam will tell us about Quality Assurance for PHP in general and show how different QA-related actions can be performed using PhpStorm IDE. The webinar will cover topics including:

  • Revision control
  • Syntax checking
  • Code documentation
  • Unit Testing with PHPUnit
  • Measuring code health with a variety of tools
  • Profiling and debugging with Xdebug
  • Automation with Phing
  • Team work and more.

This free webinar will take place Thursday, April 25th from 17:00 – 18:00 GMT (Greenwich Mean Time). Space is limited; please register now.

Michelangelo van Dam is a professional PHP consultant and Zend Framework expert working mainly for governments and larger enterprises. Michelangelo is also president of PHPBenelux, a PHP user group operating in Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg, and speaks at several PHP conferences around the world. Follow Michelangelo on Twitter @DragonBe.
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4 Responses to Webinar on April 25th: Quality Assurance for PHP Projects Using PhpStorm with Michelangelo van Dam

  1. sergigp says:

    Will you publish the video of the webinar ?

  2. ricardo says:

    very nice blog, keep posting.

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