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PHP @ TEKsystems - Automated Deployment

As PHP Developers we want quicker feedback on our code. We want more thorough testing. And we want that feedback on demand.

“The 5 Secrets of Automated Testing Success” will give you insights into the 5 things you can do to make testing your php web applications with automation successful!

These 5 Secrets are the keys to the success Beaufort Fairmont’s clients have experienced over the last 2 years. As a consultant for Beaufort Fairmont software engineer and automated testing expert Paul Merrill, has partnered with companies like Thomson Reuters (a $16B publically-traded, international company) to accomplish feats about which most project teams never dream.

Over the last 12 years, his experience educating and working with teams at industry-leading companies like Microsoft, Sensus, HEB Grocery and Motricity have helped hasten software development cycles and put higher quality products in the hands of consumers.

His recent work –- implementing the “5 Secrets to Automated Testing Success” -- led to one client’s automated testing coverage eclipsing the 95% mark. It reduced defect resolution time to a matter of hours and expanded testing hours by over 1 person year… every day.

Want to see similar results on your software projects? Learn the “5 Secrets to Automated Testing Success”!

Bio:

Paul Merrill is a Consultant and Trainer for Beaufort Fairmont. He's spent the last 12 years developing applications for a wide range of industries, from Healthcare to Advertising to Mobile. He's implemented large and small scale projects using Java, Php, C, and other languages. Paul created Beaufort Fairmont to "rid the world of bad code" and currently spends his time doing that through training and player-coach engagements working with companies to automate their testing efforts and use software engineering best practices.

Beaufort Fairmont is the software industry’s source for automated testing player-coach engagements, consulting and training. Our engineers have a passion for simplifying the complicated process of automated testing, allowing companies to take advantage of the many benefits of automated quality assurance. For more information, visit us at www.beaufortfairmont.com.

TEKsystems will provide pizza and drinks. Doors open at 6:45, Presentation at 7pm

Meetup Location Information For TEKsystems

1201 Edwards Mill Rd, Suite 201
Raleigh, NC 27607

  • It is on the corner of Edwards Mill and Trinity
  • The office building is called Trinity Place
  • Take elevator to second floor and go left
  • You will enter TEKsystems and the room is to the left, all the way to the back on the right

There should be some signs up to guide you, but if you have trouble finding us, you can contact Jason Austin [masked]) or Bryan Pearson [masked]) and we will help you out.

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  • Paul M.

    Thanks everyone for coming out! I enjoyed getting to know you all. If you missed it or want more information, pick up the whitepaper: http://beaufortfairmont.com/?q=node/35 Thanks!

    January 21, 2013

    • David

      Paul, I noticed that your website seems to be built with Drupal. Could you recommend some TDD resources for Drupal based projects? Most of my work is building Drupal websites. Thanks!

      January 21, 2013

    • Jamie K.

      I also would would like to know about these.

      January 22, 2013

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    A former member

    Title vs description was interesting..overall a good presentation and talk

    January 17, 2013

  • Paul M.

    @Allison I'm interested in learning more about your process and how you all are testing this application. The ideas I'll present next week are sure to help. Make sure to stick around afterward and talk with me about your teams' specifics. I'm happy to be a resource for all my new friends in the php meetup!

    January 11, 2013

  • Allison W.

    Eager to learn about ways to streamline testing of our web-based app - right now we test 20 OS/browser combos on a system with 300K+ lines of LAMP-stack code plus a custom 4GL. Hope there are tips that can help us!

    January 10, 2013

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