[Baypiggies] A talk on testing frameworks

Nick Stinemates nstinemates at gmail.com
Sun Jan 16 19:04:18 CET 2011

As I have never been to a meeting, I would not feel comfortable giving
a talk. However, this is something we deal with every day and I  would
love to share some of the war stories we have got past, are working
on, and plan to tackle in the future.


On Sunday, January 16, 2011, Aahz <aahz at pythoncraft.com> wrote:
> On Sat, Jan 15, 2011, Glen Jarvis wrote:
>> What interest is there and what are people most curious about?
> I'm mostly interested in war stories about complex testing.  For example,
> consider an application that stores data locally in a DB and also fetches
> data from a remote server.  How do you mock up the server interactions?
> (That is, client performs an operation and sends data to the server;
> server sends back a response describing success or failure, which the
> client then uses as feedback for further operations.)
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