[python-uk] Dojo / workshop on "TDD Django with Selenium" - any interest?

James Tarin jamestarin at 2degreesnetwork.com
Fri Oct 14 10:14:55 CEST 2011


Hello Harry,

There's a couple of people from our development team who would probably be interested in this, depending on date, location etc.

Cheers,

James

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James Tarin
2degrees Ltd.


On 13 Oct 2011 17:31, "Harry Percival" <harry.percival at gmail.com<mailto:harry.percival at gmail.com>> wrote:
Hi-ho python peeps,

Would anyone be interested in a dojo / worksop on the topic of test-driven Django development, with Selenium?

I've been working on a tutorial on the topic (<https://github.com/hjwp/Test-Driven-Django-Tutorial> *) . I'm not claiming to be a massive expert, but it's what I've learned at work over the last year or so, so it's fresh in my mind... I'm pretty sure I could get a couple of (ex?) colleagues to help present...

Would be aimed at beginners / people who don't know Selenium / people who want to learn Django the "right" way / people who want to learn TDD... If you already know Django and Selenium back to front, it would probably be of less interest, although there may be some interesting discussions around integrating the Django test runner, WebDriver vs Selenium-RC etc...

So, trying to get an idea of numbers - would anyone be interested?  London area, venue suggestions also gratefully accepted...

HP

* work in progress!  for example, the .jar file really isn't necessary...

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