Cheese Shop: some history for the new-comers

Peter Decker pydecker at gmail.com
Sun Mar 12 15:29:33 CET 2006


On 3/12/06, Tim Parkin <tim at pollenation.net> wrote:
> freinds and colleagues both online and off.. Some of whom are python
> programmers, most not. Without a budget for 'comprehensive testing' then
> the next best thing is asking people, at least you'll generally get rid
> of the big bloopers.. it's typically referred to as guerilla testing and
> whilst not scientific, it's better than nothing at all.

I consider myself a Python developer, and if I saw a 'Developers' link
on a Python site, it would seem obvious that it would be something
that might interest me. It would not occur to me that this referred to
people who are developing the language itself.

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# p.d.



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