Monday, November 12, 2007
PyCon'08 Testing Tutorial proposal
It's that time of the year, when the PyCon organizers are asking for talk, panel, and tutorial proposals. Titus and I are thinking about doing a three-peat of our Testing tutorial, but this time....with a twist. Read about it on Titus's blog; then send us your code/application that you'd like to test, or problems you have related to testing. Should be lots of fun.
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Brian -- if you're at all interested in Python, I recommend attending the monthly meetings we have with the SoCal Piggies group. Check out the site at http://www.socal-piggies.org. There are many people in the group interested in both Python AND testing, so I hope you'll get some answers to your testing-related questions. If you want, you can contact me personally at grig at gheorghiu.net.
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