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At ZendCon in Santa Clara, CA last week, Sebastian Bergmann and Stefan Priebsch shared their experience on refactoring legacy code for testability and how to build testable web applications.

In their "PHPUnit: Recipes for Success" workshop, Sebastian Bergmann opened his bag of tricks and demonstrated how you can test code that is hard to test while Stefan Priebsch showed how you can avoid these tricks by making untestable code testable. They demonstrated in a live pair programming session how legacy code can be refactored to be testable.

Sebastian Bergmann: Test{able|ing} Zend Framework 2 Applications

In "Test{able|ing} Zend Framework 2 Applications", Sebastian Bergmann presented best practices that can be used to ensure that a Zend Framework 2 application is easy to test and how it can be tested with PHPUnit.

About the authors

Sebastian Bergmann
Sebastian Bergmann
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Sebastian Bergmann, creator of PHPUnit, is an internationally sought-after expert who has played a vital role in professionalizing the PHP community.

Arne Blankerts
Arne Blankerts
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Arne Blankerts has created solutions far ahead of the times already years ago, and finds security issues with magic intuition.

Stefan Priebsch
Stefan Priebsch
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For over 20 years, Stefan Priebsch has been finding sustainable solutions using a unique blend of new ideas and proven approaches.

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