TriZPUG January 2005 Meeting: Unit Testing in Python and Plone
We will be meeting in the DELTA conference room(s) at Venture III, who has kindly permitted us to use their meeting room, on NCSU's Centennial Campus. Directions to Venture III are below. This month, we will have a short technical presentation by Tom Bryan on Unit Testing in Python and how to write unit tests with Plone.
We will try to schedule some time for general discussion during the meeting. I hope that those who attended the Plone Boot Camp, which was sponsored earlier this month by the TriZPUG, would talk a little about their experience there and about any work that they have done since then with Plone. We will also probably be talking about TriZPUG plans for the rest of this year.
Hope to see you there!
Unit Testing in Python and Plone
Have you heard friends and associates babble endlessly about how great unit testing is? Have you always wanted to write unit tests but never felt that you had the time to sit down and learn how? Do you feel technically inadequate because you don't know the difference between a test case and a test fixture? Then come to the next TriZPUG meeting!
This talk will provide you with the background in unit testing to start writing unit tests for all of your Python code. The presentation will be an abbreviated version of the talk I gave at a previous TriZPUG meeting (and at PyCon 2003), but I will be adding some material to explain a how to write unit tests for Plone Products.
Directions to the TriZPUG meeting:
Try the following links if you need directions to NCSU's Centennial Campus or directions to the Venture III building, but skip step #3 since the meeting is after hours.