For those interested, you can now peruse the Trac-based Wiki that Titus and I used to collaborate on MailOnnaStick, the application we developed and tested for our PyCon tutorial.
The main wiki page contains links to the slides and the handout notes we had for the tutorial, but I'll link here too:
Friday, February 24, 2006
"Agile Development and Testing" Wiki and notes
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Modifying EC2 security groups via AWS Lambda functions
One task that comes up again and again is adding, removing or updating source CIDR blocks in various security groups in an EC2 infrastructur...
This post is a continuation of my previous one on " Running Gatling tests in Docker containers via Jenkins ". As I continued to se...
For the last month or so I've been experimenting with Rancher as the orchestration layer for Docker-based deployments. I've been pr...
Here's a good interview question for a tester: how do you define performance/load/stress testing? Many times people use these terms inte...
Thanks for the kind words about nose. One minor correction -- it's not based on py.test so much as inspired by py.test. "py.test with less magic," you might call it. Or "layering a py.test like interface on top of unittest.py."
On the subject of caveats -- Titus and I have emailed a bit about the horror of path handling. If you have some ideas or suggestions on that, or on the equally-horrible horror of output capture, I'd be very interested to hear them.
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