Videos tagged with Testing


Django TestMaker

Django TestMaker

Posted in Testing, Frameworks, Development

At work lately we've been writing a bunch of tests for all of the work we've been doing. This is generally a good thing (tm). I was getting tired of manually having to write all of the code to test the views inside of my app. So I decide to write a little app that helps me automate the writing of tests. I wrote a piece of middleware (that should obviously only be used during development!) that ...

Tags: Testing, Frameworks, Python, Django



RubyConf 2008: Testing Heresies

RubyConf 2008: Testing Heresies

Posted in Conferences, Development, Testing

Sure, we're all supposed to be testing here in Ruby-land. But if you think about it too much, you might come up with some inconvenient questions. Should you always write small incremental tests? What if there are more important things than having a test suite that runs quickly? Doesn't testing mean that your code can actually be messier? Does mocking suck? Francis Hwang will draw on personal ex...

Tags: Conferences, Ruby, Testing, Unit Testing, Confreaks, RubyConf 2008




GTAC 2008: Using Cloud Computing to Automate Full-Scale System Tests

GTAC 2008: Using Cloud Computing to Automate Full-Scale System Tests

Posted in Conferences, Companies, Project Management, Testing, Cloud Computing

GTAC 2008: Using Cloud Computing to Automate Full-Scale System Tests The Third Annual Google Test Automation Conference (GTAC), Seattle, WA, Oct. 23rd and 24th. Speaker: Marc-Elian Begin Google Tech Talks October 23, 2008

Tags: Techtalks, Google, Practices, Q&A, Conferences, Testing, High Performance, Scalability, engEDU, Education, Cloud Computing, ...





80:20 rules! - Building software smarter

80:20 rules! - Building software smarter

Posted in Conferences, Companies, Project Management, Testing, Development

Ever notice that you seem to spend 80% of your time on 20% of your tasks? Or that 80% of the decisions in a meeting seem to occur in 20% of the meeting time? Welcome to the world of the 80:20 rule. When we design, build and test software, we have to determine where to start and what we should do next. The 80:20 rule helps provide an answer to these questions, while helping to increase our produ...

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