IPC 2010 recap
Qafoo presented many talks on the International PHP Conference 2010, including sessions about PHPUnit, Apache Zeta Components and the Arbit project tracker. Our slides are now online.
Practical PHPUnit: Testing XML generation
Testing XML generation on basis of PHPUnit can be cumbersome. In this article we show you different techniques how to ease testing XML generation in your unit tests and analyze their pros and cons.
Highlight source code lines in LaTeX
This hacked up LaTeX code allows you to highlight certain source code lines on different slides in a LaTeX beamer presentation in a really easy way.
Why software quality matters
To illustrate why software quality matters in PHP based development projects, Qafoo has made up a software quality white paper.
Qafoo - The PHP quality ninjas
"Qafoo - The PHP quality ninjas" is the new, inovative and fresh company to provide services around the PHP quality life cycle. Get to know the origins of this cool name.
Qafoo got a logo
"Qafoo - passion for software quality" got a logo through an open logo contest on 12designers.com. Read more about the contest this software quality dedicated consulting company realized and see the final result.
Qafoo web design contest
Qafoo opened its second design contest, this time for an inspiring, fresh and professional web site layout.
Arbit? Service please!
Qafoo - passion for software quality - will provide consulting, training, support and payed development for Arbit, your project integration tool of choice.
Qafoo - software quality since 1886
"Qafoo - passion for software quality" just started officially today, in order to bring software quality into your company and PHP projects.
Zeta mailinglists available
The new mailinglists for the Zeta components have just been created in the Apache Incubator space. So, it's time to start switching to the new infrastructure.
Flattr me, I flattr you
I found Flattr an amazing idea when I heard about it for the first time. Now I created my own account on the platform and you can flattr my blog posts. What is this and why should you do it?