As blog posts come and go to the archive bucket, finding a specific article in a blog is hard to do. This page wants to be a central repository of links to the various articles and tutorials that I posted so far.
Unit testing in Python part 1: unittest
Unit testing in Python part 2: doctest
Unit testing in Python part 3: py.test
Michael Feathers on unit testing rules
Acceptance testing with FitNesse
PyFIT/FitNesse Tutorial Part 1
PyFIT/FitNesse Tutorial Part 2
PyFIT/FitNesse Tutorial Part 3
Web application testing
Web app testing with Jython and HttpUnit
Web app testing with Python part 1: MaxQ
Web app testing with Python part 3: twill
Acceptance tests for Web apps: GUI vs. business logic
Web app testing with Python part 2: Selenium and Twisted
Quick update on Selenium in TestRunner mode
Quick update on Selenium in Twisted Server mode
Using Selenium to test a Plone site (part 1)
Using Selenium to test a Plone site (part 2)
New features in Selenium 0.3
Article on Selenium in Oct. 2005 issue of "Better Software"
Selenium at OpenQA
Running Selenium in Python Driven Mode
Testing Commentary (and thus Ajax) with Selenium
Performance vs. load vs. stress testing
HTTP performance testing with httperf, autobench and openload
More on performance vs. load testing
Automated test distribution, execution and reporting
General testing topics
Quick black-box testing example
White-box vs. black-box testing
Agile Documentation with doctest and epydoc
Agile documentation in the Django project
The Cheesecake project
Cheesecake: How tasty is your code?
Cheesecake project on SourceForge
A whiff of Cheesecake
More Cheesecake bits
New home for Cheesecake and Sparkplot projects
Installing and using cx_Oracle on Unix
Installing Python 2.4.1 and cx_Oracle on AIX
Installing the Firebird database on a 64-bit RHEL Linux server
The py library
Keyword-based logging with the py library
py lib gems: greenlets and py.xml
'py library overview' slides
Python on Windows
Handling the 'Path' Windows registry value correctly
Running a Python script as a Windows service
System Administration HOWTOS
Telecommuting via ssh tunneling
Managing DNS zone files with dnspython
Configuring OpenLDAP as a replacement for NIS
Chroot-ed FTP with wu-ftpd
System monitoring via SNMP
Compiling and installing a custom Linux kernel
Configuring Apache 2 and Tomcat 5.5 with mod_jk
sparkplot: creating sparklines with matplotlib
Jakob Nielsen on Usability Testing
Jakob Nielsen on Blog Usability
Python as an agile language
Oblique Strategies and testing
Friday, November 04, 2005
"Articles and tutorials" page updated
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With all due respect, why not create some "categories" in your blog. With all due respects to the usefulness/interest of your various tutorials, I read "planetpython" and I get increasingly annoyed by long "summary" posts being reproduced in their entirety fairly frequently.
There are other people using categories with blogger; it may take a small effort to set up, but I am sure that it would be more useful than the approach you have taken ... and a lot less annoying to some of us.
Respectfully submitted and hopefully seen as a constructive criticism.
Thanks for the constructive criticism, Andre, I'll keep this in mind the next time I'm tempted to post the page. If you have a pointer to instructions on how to set up categories with Blogger, I'd appreciate it.
Here's a site which has implemented categories:
The author talks about his (or her?) approach in a post on January 16 of this year, with some more details on subsequent posts. I am sure there are other who have done similar things.
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