When you think of a project like WordPress that powers millions of blogs, it’s hard to imagine all of the infinite ways that people will test the software and find ways to break it. But Jacob makes a case for automating the testing in order to have consistency and to find bugs much quicker than by simply releasing the code to the real world and watching what happens.
This is the last of the WordCamp Dallas 2008 videos, and I’d like to once again thank all of our outstanding presenters as well as Mayor Mike Simpson and the entire City Council from Frisco, Texas for allowing the event to be held in the Council Chambers. And also to Tom Kraemer, the City’s AV Manager who worked tirelessly all weekend to record and catalog all of the WordCamp videos.
And don’t forget to spread the link love to our generous sponsors without whom this event simply wouldn’t have been possible: