[Baypiggies] Learning Python for a Quality Assurance Engineer

Samuel Safyan samsafyan at yahoo.com
Wed May 16 04:07:06 CEST 2007

I was wondering if there are any schools in the Bay Area, particularly in the Peninsula, that teach Advanced Quality Assurance methodologies? I would be very much interested in taking a course in Python/Jython that trains students in various Testing tools (e.g. Grinder Load test) and writing your own Test Scripts (e.g. browsing sites using urllib2 and comparing the HTML output).
Thank you,
P.S. Even any good Quality Assurance related Python tutorial sites would be helpful.

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