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International PHP Conference |
June 3 - 7, 2019 in Berlin

29
Aug

Crowdtesting in quality assurance – The massive hunt for mistakes

Yet again there is another, new method in quality assurance – is probably what some people might think and they aren’t entirely unjustified to do so. But right now the market is crying out for solutions to place high-quality software on the market and to secure it on countless devices. For this purpose, Crowdtesting is a proven approach with a lot of potential for all those who deal with software testing.
14
Aug

Is my shop up to the task? Realistic performance tests for operative security

As easy as it might be to execute simple performance tests with ab or siege, it’s still quite difficult to ensure that a website can actually withstand the expected load. It’s quite regularly that websites collapse under the burden of a relaunch or a planned advertising campaign. Kore Nordmann will show you how you can be certain about surviving such an event successfully.
12
Jul

Node.js module: JSON Server

Most cases of web frontend development, require a functioning backend. Yet quite often the frontend and backend are developed separately. This means, that the functionality of the frontend can only be tested, if there’s a backend providing it with a counterpoint station. And to decrease this backend dependency you can actually use a Mock server instead.
11
Jul

Convince Your Boss

You're longing for new ideas, connecting with like-minded devs and widen your horizon? Then IPC is the place to be. We help you out convincing your boss to send you to the International PHP Conference with these 3 easy steps.
28
Sep

Making code refactoring safer with functional tests

You might have heard about it before: Most of the time it doesn't make any sense to write software from scratch. Instead, existing software should be refactored – especially when there's no one who understands anymore what exactly some piece of code actually does. Refactoring refers to changing the internal structures of code without diminishing its funtcionality. What is the best way to achieve this goal, especially in large applications?

Stay tuned!

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PHP Development
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Web Development
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Web Architecture
Concepts & Environments

Performance & Security
All about Performance & Security

Agile & DevOps
Agile & DevOps methodologies

JavaScript
All about JavaScript

Testing & Quality
All about Testing & Quality