Sunday, May 15, 2011

Weekly roundup: back from phpDay 2011

Yesterday's evening I arrived home from the phpDay, and I have lots of things to share with you.

First of all, the slides of my two presentations.

And then, four of my articles published this week.
Practical PHP Testing Patterns: Table Truncation Teardown shows the first option for resetting a relational database between tests: deleting everything from the tables but maintaining the schema for speed.
PHP UML generation from a live object graph shows you a bit of code I written in order to generate an Uml class diagram from a group of instantiated PHP objects.
Practical PHP Testing Patterns: Transaction Rollback Teardown shows you another option for resetting a database in tests: rolling back a transaction.
Bleeding edge JavaScript for object orientation contains the new features which will be available in the generation of browsers containing Firefox 4 and Internet Explorer 9.

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