[TIP] Beginner Resources

Julius Lucks lucks at fas.harvard.edu
Mon Mar 5 15:16:59 PST 2007

Hi all,

Are there any good resources for someone who is a beginner to test- 
driven development.  I have read just a few articles including a  
chapter in Dive Into Python (http://diveintopython.org/unit_testing/ 
index.html), and one on O'reilly's Python Dev Center site (http:// 

I could follow each of those articles, but was still struggling when  
trying to apply some of those same principles to my code, which  
mainly deals with scientific programming and bioinformatics.

I would love to know of more in-depth sources that cover the  
different types of tests (functional, unit, document, ...), and that  
also cover good coding practices to use them effectively.

I appreciate your help,



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