[Baypiggies] A talk on testing frameworks

Nathan Pease n8pease at gmail.com
Mon Jan 17 07:15:30 CET 2011

I'm interested in how people are testing applications (as opposed to websites), distributed or local.  I'm also interested in handling the logistics of tasks like running installers or having multiple tests running at the same time on one or more computer.  And to that end I could talk some about what we've done - and I'd love to hear other stories or feedback on what we're doing.  We use SWIG to expose our code to python (generate a python api to our applications) and have a fairly thin home-grown test framework written in python.

this is a great topic, thanks for bringing it up.


On Jan 15, 2011, at 6:47 PM, Dirk Bergstrom wrote:

> On 01/15/2011 01:49 PM, Glen Jarvis wrote:
>> What interest is there and what are people most curious about?
> I'd be interested in learning more about Behavior Driven Development.
> I'd really like to hear about frameworks that don't require drinking a
> whole pitcher of koolaid.  Something that's easy to get into, and
> doesn't assume that you're religious about testing.
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