Thursday, June 21, 2007
Interested in a book on automated Web app testing?
Want to know more about twill and Selenium? In this case, I happen to know a very good book just published in the O'Reilly Short Cuts series :-) It's cheap too, $9.99, so please go buy it!
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Hey, congrats Grig! I didn't know you were working on this. Hope it was fun; I'll have to check it out.
Nowadays I would need to see a sample chapter/table of contents before buying any book.
I've been very disappointed with the last python book I bought (the Twisted book ... back it went to Amazon so I only lost shipping) because it contained very little new information, a whole lot less than what you can on find on their website.
Once burned twice shy.
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