TriZPUG November Meeting: Unit Testing in Python
Sun, 10 Nov 2002 02:15:41 GMT
The Triangle Zope/Python User Group (TriZPUG) will hold its second meeting
this Tuesday, November 12, at 6:00 p.m. near Raleigh/Durham, NC. We will
be meeting at VERITAS Software, who has kindly permitted us to use their
meeting room (directions to VERITAS below). Tom Bryan will give a talk on
Unit Testing in Python, starting promptly at 6:15.
Hope to see you there!
Title: PyUnit and doctest: Unit Testing in Python
Want fewer bugs in your Python code? Then test it before the customer or
even QA sees it! This talk will define unit testing, convince you that you
should be doing it, explain Python frameworks that support testing during
the development cycle, and show you how to use these frameworks. Learning
to unit test your code with a standard framework will help you produce
better code in less time.
If you aren't testing your code during development, come learn how. If you
test your code, but you don't use a framework, come learn the standard ones
provided with Python. If you're already a Python unit test guru, come
heckle the speaker!
Directions to VERITAS:
VERITAS Software, 2530 Meridian Parkway, in Research Triangle Park. The
Meridian Business Park is off of Highway 55, near its intersection with
>From I-40, take exit 278. At the bottom of the exit, turn LEFT onto
Turn left at the next light onto Meridian Parkway.
Travel approximately one-half mile, to building 2530 on the RIGHT.
Turn RIGHT, and park in the back. VERITAS is on the first floor.
Go to the Blue Ridge Conference Room, located past the elevators
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