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fuzzyman at voidspace.org.uk
Thu Jun 26 06:51:16 PDT 2008
Laura Creighton wrote:
> The usual rational for not using a language for acceptance testing
> is that your acceptance testing is to be done by managers and other
> people who are expected to turn bright purple and explode before
> they would ever write one line of python code.
> Something I am very curious about in this context is Resolver
> http://www.resolversystems.com/ (Hi Michael!) Through it a great
> number of people in the 'spreadsheet only' world are going to be
> directly exposed to Python, in such a way that some of them, surely,
> must just pick it up. I am very curious as to how often that happens,
> and what happens when it does. I'd like to get them all t-shirts.
> 'I learned to program in Python and it didn't make me turn purple
> and explode' or something. :-)
> If Resolver Systems ever cared to, I think they could build a really
> neat tool for acceptance testing out of what they already have.
We have at least one user who has started exploring this idea - of using
Resolver One as a FIT tool.
It's not an area I know anything about, but if anyone did something
interesting in this area (and I definitely think it is a workable idea)
then Resolver Systems would be happy to publicise it of course!
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