PHP has turned 16 this year, and besides the occasional teenage riot it creates it’s also becoming mature. With that maturity comes a lot of responsibility as PHP now drives businesses dealing with billions of Euros.

In the past 3 years quality assurance (QA) has become increasingly important to PHP developers and CI was considered a “must do” principle. But even today there’s still confusion on how to set things up and get started with automated QA processes.

That’s why I ended up with my presentation “Continuous QA” where I explain some of the most important QA tools PHP has to offer, how you integrate them in a phing build script to finally let Jenkins-ci take over the whole process.

Michelangelo van Dam

Michelangelo van Dam is a senior PHP architect, PHP community leader and international conference speaker with many contributions to PHP projects and community events.