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Continuous Integration for Robust Building and Testing

About the Author

Sebastian Bergmann is actively involved in the development of PHP and has created a wide range of tried-and-trusted development tools. As an internationally sougt-after expert, he shares his knowledge and experience through widely read books and articles. His presentations at conferences around the world are intently followed by the PHP community and others.

The computer scientist (Diplom-Informatiker) is a co-founder of and a pioneer in the field of quality assurance in PHP projects. His testing framework, PHPUnit, is a de facto standard.

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Concise, direct to the point coverage of php with jenkins Oct. 4 2011
By Amazon Customer - Published on
Format: Paperback
PHP Projects with Jenkins is geared towards developers with some familiarity with php and jenkins in general. The author jumps in on his topic without a true intro chapter. Without some familiarity of continuous integration I might have been completely lost. For the folks who this book is targeted for with preexisting knowledge this may be an excellent resource. It did provide a number of new resources that I plan to research to better understand options available with php. I would have liked to see less assumptions made while keeping the structure of the examples (i.e. git for example). I admit freely that I get frustrated many times by the needless fluff to tech books that appears to be added to books for additional page count. This book has been stripped of almost all fluff, and there needs to be some fluff to provide readers with padded surface to guide them through new information. Readers may benefit from reading the conclusion first.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Too short, much more info could've been included... Nov. 6 2011
By Philip A. Damra - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
This book is very short. It provides a very succinct overview of installing jenkins and the selected toolset. It's unfortunate, however, that the book is so brief, because much more detail could've been provided about the way the tools are best used, especially the meaning of the different metrics included in the various static code analysis tools. All of the information in the book is easily found elsewhere on the net.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
waste of time Oct. 19 2013
By Vishal - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
The code and the book don't match. On page 14 you have listed in the book
"src_autoload.php.ini" and "test_autoload.php.ini"

however when I did a git pull on rep you have given [...]

these files are not there hence what you mention in the next few pages don't make any sense and the logic breaks badly.

don't buy it its a waste of time.