Michelle Sanver is one of the rare people out there, a female geek. Her geeky interests include Macs and programming, especially PHP which has been one of her biggest hobbies since basically forever. In 2010, Michelle created Jippey where she works as a web/iOS developer.

Michelle's articles

  1. Set Up a Webshop with WordPress and WooCommerce

    Sometimes you need a simple webshop and you want it to just work. Luckily, setting one up is easy with WooCommerce, an eCommerce plugin for WordPress.This article shows you how to setup a simple store with physical and virtual products, tax, and even PayPal support.

  2. PHPMaster: The PHP People

    If you’re ever stuck on a problem, Google it and you’ll find a swarm of users have most likely experienced the same issue and have already shared their solution. If it’s not out there, ask in a public forum and people will help you find the answer. And if you’ve managed to solve it yourself, then write about it! That way you’ll be contributing to helping others the same way others are willing to help you.

  3. PHPMaster: The PHP People

    If you’re ever stuck on a problem, Google it and you’ll find a swarm of users have most likely experienced the same issue and have already shared their solution. If it’s not out there, ask in a public forum and people will help you find the answer. And if you’ve managed to solve it yourself, then write about it! That way you’ll be contributing to helping others the same way others are willing to help you. That’s one part of the PHP community that makes it really stand out – people share their knowledge and are more than willing to help others along their journey with PHP.

  4. The PHP People

    What really makes the PHP community stand out is the people who share their knowledge and who are more than willing to help others along their journey with PHP. The community in huge and is growing every day, and it’s all about sharing. What can you do to make a difference?

  5. PHPMaster: Getting Started with PHPUnit

    Most people know that testing your websites is a good idea, but after some time testing can become tedious. What if a lot of this testing process could be automated so you don’t have to go trough every function manually, time after time, to ensure that it still works after updating your code? This is where unit testing comes in, to automate the testing process. Unit testing makes it easier, and above all safer, to modify your code because it catches any irregularities in the behavior (i.e

  6. Getting Started with PHPUnit

    Most people know that testing your websites is a good idea, but after some time testing can become tedious. Unit testing automates the testing process so you don’t have to go trough every function manually, time after time, to ensure that it still works after you update your code. In this article you’ll learn the absolute basics of unit testing with PHPUnit.