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Reacticon 3 is taking place on April 6th 2019!

Reacticon 3 is taking place on April 6th 2019!

The Magento PWA conference is back again: We are happy to announce Reacticon 3 takes place. And much sooner than we might have imagined: Already in a couple of days, this upcoming Saturday. This is going to be wild. Make sure to be there!

Written by Jisse Reitsma on 1 Apr 2019

4 reasons why you shouldn't miss MageTestFest

4 reasons why you shouldn't miss MageTestFest

MageTestFest (March 7th 2019) is upon us. And it is going to be an amazing event. Here are 4 reasons why you definitely should not miss out on this chance to join this event. And you have only few days to make up your mind!

Written by Jisse Reitsma on 25 Feb 2019

Less than 3 weeks to get to MageTestFest

Less than 3 weeks to get to MageTestFest

The clock is ticking and MageTestFest is now less than 3 weeks away - March 7th 2019. Do you care about software quality? Are you testing already and want to enhance your skills? Or do you want to start and need some help to bite through to the tough beginning? MageTestFest is here to guide you. Do not miss out.

Written by Jisse Reitsma on 15 Feb 2019

Strategy of MageTestFest hackathon

Strategy of MageTestFest hackathon

The Magento community has had its fair share of hackathons. Recently, the Contribution Days have been added to this list. But for some people, this has lead to confusion: Are hackathons Contribution Days? Or vice versa? Is it driven by the community or an evil corporation (starting with either A or M)? Here's a peak at the hackathon of MageTestFest (which is only mere weeks away). Driven by me and my 50 Eurocents.

Written by Jisse Reitsma on 11 Feb 2019

ExtDN - Do write tests

ExtDN - Do write tests

Some time ago, I published a blog on 1 of the 8 points that ExtDN has phrased for creating proper Magento extensions: To use composer. These DOs for Magento extension development are part of an effort to increase overall extension quality. I wanted to write on all 8 points, but ... well, life. Here is a discussion of another point: To write tests. Right in time for MageTestFest.

Written by Jisse Reitsma on 6 Feb 2019

Progress on MageTestFest

Progress on MageTestFest

MageTestFest is getting closer by the week: It is now less than 5 weeks away and things are progressing quickly now: The demand for workshop tickets is huge. The number of attendees for the main conference day plus hackathon day is growing by the day. Here's a small recap of the progress.

Written by Jisse Reitsma on 2 Feb 2019

We give you the Yireo ExtensionChecker

We give you the Yireo ExtensionChecker

As a trainer and as an extension developer, Yireo tries to push Magento extension quality to a higher level: Better code means less bugs means a better ecosystem. It is why we become part of the ExtDN network, why we are contributing to Magento, why we organize MageTestFest. But sometimes smaller contributions are also made: Meet the Yireo ExtensionChecker.

Written by Jisse Reitsma on 29 Jan 2019

Going to MageTestFest on a budget

Going to MageTestFest on a budget

Magento conference season is starting and we definitely hope you are joining us for MageTestFest, one of the more curious developer events out there. It takes place early March in Florence. But not everybody is willing to spend lots of money for a conference. So here is a blog to help you go to MageTestFest on a budget.

Written by Jisse Reitsma on 23 Jan 2019

Workshops at MageTestFest 2

Workshops at MageTestFest 2

MageTestFest version 2 is approaching fast: Only 6 weeks from now, this international developer conference will kick down in Florence, Italy, for four days of coding and fun. Not just a conference, there are 4 great workshops as well, to help you embrace testing.

Written by Jisse Reitsma on 16 Jan 2019

The reason why you are still on PHP 5.6

The reason why you are still on PHP 5.6

Starting with a disclaimer: The reason why I write this is not that I believe sites running on PHP 5.6 at the end of 2018 is a good thing. I don't get it. It feels sloppy. This blog serves as a means to investigate why people are still running PHP 5.6 and to see if we can convince them otherwise.

Written by Jisse Reitsma on 30 Dec 2018

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