The Google Test Automation Conference is going on in Zurich, Switzerland right now. And thanks to Jason Huggins‘ tweet and my Google Wave account, I’ve been able to see what’s been going on via this main wave. I’m slightly saddened by the fact that neither I or my team was able to go. In fact, [...]
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And here it is. First three minutes are missing, but it was a lot of fun and didn’t turn out 1/2 bad.
While I loathe the term belt and suspenders … I’m a firm believer in Murphy’s Law. So … while I did upload a PDF of my slides to the PyCon 2009 site, I also made two public repositories on Bitbucket.org: 1. Slides for my talk on comparing configuration systems are here. 2. The code for [...]
Today was the first day of PyCon 2009 tutorials. And for the first time, me and two of my teammates were on the other side of a tutorial. In 2007, at PyCon in Dallas, I attended Titus and Grig‘s tutorial on functional testing in Python. In 2008 at PyCon in Chicago, Pam and Kevin attended [...]