Test & Code :  Python Testing for Software Engineering

Test & Code is a weekly podcast hosted by Brian Okken. The show covers a wide array of topics including software engineering, development, testing, Python programming, and many related topics. When we get into the implementation specifics, that's usually Python, such as Python packaging, tox, pytest, and unittest. However, well over half of the topics are language agnostic, such as data science, DevOps, TDD, public speaking, mentoring, feature testing, NoSQL databases, end to end testing, automation, continuous integration, development methods, Selenium, the testing pyramid, and DevOps.

https://testandcode.com

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 32m. Bisher sind 133 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint alle 9 Tage
subscribe
share





recommended podcasts


episode 131: Test Smarter, Not Harder


Some people avoid writing tests. Some drudge through it painfully. There is a better way. In this episode, I'm going to share some advice from Luke Plant on how to "Test Smarter, Not Harder".


share







   8m
 
 

episode 130: virtualenv activation prompt consistency across shells - an open source dev and test adventure - Brian Skinn


virtualenv supports six shells: bash, csh, fish, xonsh, cmd, posh. Each handles prompts slightly differently. Although the virtualenv custom prompt behavior should be the same across shells, Brian Skinn noticed inconsistencies. He set out to fix those inconsistencies. That was the start of an adventure in open source collaboration, shell prompt internals, difficult test problems, and continuous integration quirks.


share







   36m
 
 

episode 129: How to Test Anything - David Lord


I asked people on twitter to fill in "How do I test _____?" to find out what people want to know how to test. Lots of responses. David Lord agreed to answer them with me. In the process, we come up with lots of great general advice on how to test just about anything.


share







   42m
 
 

episode 128: pytest-randomly - Adam Johnson


Software tests should be order independent. That means you should be able to run them in any order or run them in isolation and get the same result. Adam Johnson created pytest-randomly to ensure test independence.


share







   18m
 
 

episode 127: WFH, WTF? - Tips and Tricks for Working From Home - Reuven Lerner & Julian Sequeira


Tons of great tips and tricks for working from home. Brian, Julian, and Rueven share their experience and tips for making working from home productive and healthy.


share







   41m
 
 

episode 126: Data Science and Software Engineering Practices ( and Fizz Buzz ) - Joel Grus


Researches and others using data science and software need to follow solid software engineering practices. This is a message that Joel Grus has been promoting for some time. Joel joins the show this week to talk about data science, software engineering, and even Fizz Buzz.


share







 2020-08-17  32m
 
 

episode 125: pytest 6 - Anthony Sottile


pytest 6 is out. Anthony Sottile joins the show to discuss features, improvements, documentation updates and more.


share







 2020-08-07  1h0m
 
 

episode 124: pip dependency resolver changes


pip 20.2 has a new dependency resolver that the PyPA would really like you to try out. This episode has 5 guests from the project and we talk about everything from user experience (UX) to testing a complex project.


share







 2020-08-03  44m
 
 

episode 123: GitHub Actions - Tania Allard


Lots of Python projects are starting to use GitHub Actions for Continous Integration & Deployment (CI/CD), as well as other workflows. Tania Allard, a Senior Cloud Developer Advocate at Microsoft, joins the show to answer some of my questions regarding setting up a Python project to use Actions.


share







 2020-07-24  22m
 
 

episode 122: Better Resumes for Software Engineers - Randall Kanna


A great resume is key to landing an great software job. There's no surprise there. But so many people make mistakes on their resume that can very easily be fixed. Randall Kenna is on the show today to help us understand how to improve our resumes, and in turn, help us have better careers.


share







 2020-07-16  36m