THIS TUTORIAL HAS REQUIREMENTS AND INSTRUCTIONS LISTED BELOW
The tutorial will cover the use of various useful debugging tools, both general and specific to web apps.
It will focus on PHP based apps but vast parts of it are useful for other commonly used open sourced, interpretor languages.
The session will cover tools such as:
The session will feature several, real life examples such as:
Participants will take part of the debugging process, asked to make suggestions as to how to advance and be prompted to share cases they’ve had, solved or did solve so we can analyse them and come up with effective ways to trace the issues.
TUTORIAL REQUIREMENTS AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR ATTENDEES
* Experience developing in an interpretor language
* Basic familiarity of the Linux/UNIX ENVs, either developing on these platform or debugging on production ENVs
* It would be helpful for participants to have their laptops, installed with any Linux distribution with a LAMP stack installed.
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Jess Portnoy has been an open source developer and believer for the last 15 years. Prior to Kaltura, Jess worked, among other places, at Zend where she was responsible for porting and packaging PHP and Zend projects on all supported .*nix platforms. Jess also grows 3 pet projects hosted in sourceforge.
You can view my LinkedIn profile here.
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