More than a side salad: behaviour driven testing and test driven design in Django with Lettuce

Been quiet lately because I am super busy getting a project out of the door. However I did find time to give this talk last night on behaviour driven testing with Lettuce at MelbDjango.

Apologies for the glitches in the PDF. reveal.js is amazing for doing presentations but I didn’t have time to fix the glitches in the PDF output. The presentation is also able to be cloned from Git (view index.html), but you require the fonts (they’re all libre but I was too lazy to use webfonts).

Hopefully, when I get a breather, I can write about some other code I’ve written, or am writing. Or maybe catch up on the rest of my life/projects.

About Danielle

Danielle is an Australian software engineer, computer scientist and feminist. She doesn't really work on GNOME any more (sadly). Opinions and writing are solely her own and so not represent her employer, the GNOME Foundation, or anyone else but herself.
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3 Responses to More than a side salad: behaviour driven testing and test driven design in Django with Lettuce

  1. Have you considered using SpeakerDeck instead of SlideShare? It has better usability (nicer design, allows PDF downloads without requiring an account).

  2. Danielle says:

    Truth be told I hadn’t really given it much thought. I couldn’t remember which one people were using now.

  3. Danni, you have been doing such an amazing job in Lettuce, and I know of your good wort with Debian as well.
    I need a new maintainer for Lettuce and you are the strongest candidate, would that interest you?

    Let’s talk?

    Thank you

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