[TIP] Column questions.
lac at openend.se
Wed Jul 23 13:58:21 PDT 2008
In a message of Wed, 23 Jul 2008 10:54:41 PDT, "C. Titus Brown" writes:
>we've signed up to write a column for PyMag about testing, and I thought
>this would be a good place to solicit questions to answer -- not so much
>directly from you all, but rather questions that you would like to see
>answered somewhat comprehensively for the benefit of testing newbies.
>(The columns will become open after a few months, for those who don't
>subscribe to PyMag.)
>I was thinking of starting with "how should I organize my project to
>make it easy to set up testing infrastructure?"
>Any other thoughts?
>Suggestions that are accepted will be rewarded with one (1) beer at
>PyCon, which is about the amount of money we'll be earning per column
>C. Titus Brown, ctb at msu.edu
Should I really write my tests first? Why?
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