[TIP] Column questions.

Bob Clancy bob.clancy at verizon.net
Thu Jul 24 14:42:23 PDT 2008

  Hi Grig,
     Two things:

         1)  You didn't add load testing to your wiki page mentioned 
below (even though
              *you* mentioned it on this list.
         2)  I noticed you tried out PyFIT.  I made some comments asking 
Titus how this
              compares with Twill.  He likes twill better (and I'm 
betting you might also).
              If so, please consider discussing reasons why if you write 
a column on
              automated functional testing.


On Thu, Jul 24, 2008 at 12:09 PM, Grig Gheorghiu wrote:

> --- On Wed, 7/23/08, C. Titus Brown <ctb at msu.edu> wrote:
>> -> Is that the royal we, or will others be writing this
>> with you?
>> Grig Gheorghiu.
> Hey everybody,
> Sorry for jumping in late on this thread, I've been very busy 
> launching a customer web site, which melted under traffic. No, I don't 
> think they did any load testing. Lesson learned? You'll have to read 
> our column for that :-) Seriously, load/stress/performance testing 
> will be a topic at some point.
> Great ideas so far, I put them on a Wiki page somewhere so we don't 
> lose track of them:
> http://code.google.com/p/moctep/wiki/PyMagColumnIdeas
> The 'moctep' project (mock testing in python) is a small project I 
> started a while ago with the intention of giving concrete examples of 
> using mocking. There's a lot of talk about it, and a lot of tools 
> available, but in my experience people don't really know how to use 
> them in practice. So I was thinking that for my first column I'll 
> write about how to use Python mock testing tools in practice, with 
> some small but hopefully interesting examples.
> I think the way it will work is Titus and I will alternate writing the 
> column. Titus's first installment will appear in the November issue, 
> mine in December, etc.
> Please continue to post ideas to this thread!
> Thanks,
> Grig
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