Posted on 17/6/07 by Felix Geisendörfer
a long time ago I promised to do a screencast on unit testing. So as I sat down and tried to record it I noticed that it was quite an ambitious project. If you've never tried it then let me tell you: Doing a good screen cast is difficult. I've got deep respect for the people capable of doing so and I am in no way feeling qualified to join their league as of right now ; ). So I ended up giving up on the unit testing screencast for now and decided to start with something easier to get some experience first before trying to do difficult programming and entertaining talk at the same time as my early results where disastrous ... ^^.
So here I go with my very first screencast to be published. The topic is how to use vendor branching with CakePHP which is one of many ways to keep your CakePHP version up to date.
To follow this screencast and try things at home you'll need:
- Windows OS (Sorry my dear Linux + Mac users, crank up your emulators)
- TortoiseSVN: The best subversion client there is, download here.
- Basic SVN knowledge, tolerance for my German accent and localized version of Windows
- Most likely have to leave your RSS reader and visit this post directly
Feedback is welcome and I recommend you to watch in fullscreen mode as the screencast was recorded in 800x600 and I only had room for 720x540 here on my blog.
So here comes the screencast (16:45 minutes, 120 MB):
The player will show in this paragraph
If you want to download the FLV file, please use this link: Download screencast
-- Felix Geisendörfer aka the_undefined
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