[Baypiggies] What's on for BayPIGgies October 9 meeting

jim jim at well.com
Tue Sep 30 19:04:37 CEST 2008

Andrew's last name is Turley, not Turlock. 
My apologies. 

On Mon, 2008-09-29 at 21:15 -0700, jim wrote:
> october 9, 2008 (in the Seville room, i believe) 7:30 PM to nine-ish 
> newbie nugget: Unit testing with Mock by Daryl Spitzer 
>    I'll present examples using Michael Foord's Mock library to create
> unit tests with mocks or stubs taking the place of module and built-in
> functions. 
>    As Mr. Foord writes in
> http://www.voidspace.org.uk/python/mock.html#introduction 
> "Most mocking libraries follow the 'record -> replay' pattern of
> mocking. 
> I prefer the 'action -> assertion' pattern, which is more readable and
> intuitive particularly when working with the Python unittest module."
> main topic: Pygame by Harry Tormey and Andrew Turlock 
> PyGameSF: A story of multimedia hacking fun with Python
> By Harry Tormey and Andrew Turley. 
>    This talk will give an overview of the technologies available for 
> creating multimedia projects with Python, how the PyGameSF meetup got 
> started, what it's all about, and an overview of the wide variety of 
> projects presented at this meetup. 
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