March 8-10, 2017
Montreal, Canada

Learn Unit Testing with Katas

In this talk we'll introduce the core concepts of unit testing and TDD — what it is, how it's done, why it matters — and then jump into doing it with one of the most time-tested techniques to comfortably start to get comfortable with the idea: code katas.
Code Katas are a systematic practice where you solve a specific code problem for about 25 minutes. After that, you throw the code away! This means they're the ideal way to learn.

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David Hayes

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David is a developer from Fort Collins, Colorado. He's been working with PHP for almost a decade, and does a lot of intensive backend work, a fair bit of Javascript, and dabbles with CSS sometimes. While I'm big into WordPress — he co-owns and runs the popular development tutorial site WPShout (http://wpshout.com) — he's got experience with everything from old school PHP to the latest and greatest of Symfony and Laravel.

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