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Video-series tagged with nosetests

Python Development on XP Ian Ozsvald 02/07 563
Python 101 - easygui and csv Ian Ozsvald 05/07 556
Agile Development Tools in Python percious 07/08 209
Robust and Reliable Web Sites with twill and nosetests Ian Ozsvald 03/08 34
Installing nose for nosetests Ian Ozsvald 03/08 14

Videos tagged with nosetests

Running Python 2.5 on Windows XP Ian Ozsvald 03/07 150
Series Overview in 5 minutes Ian Ozsvald 05/07 132
Deciding on a Python 2.5 Distro Ian Ozsvald 03/07 102
Using Virtualenv and PasteScript percious 07/08 95
Simple User Interfaces with easygui Ian Ozsvald 05/07 95
Batteries-included - the csv module Ian Ozsvald 05/07 87
Introducing .csv files and the Wing IDE Ian Ozsvald 05/07 65
Series Overview Ian Ozsvald 05/07 63
Using Sphinx and Doctests to provide robust documentation percious 07/08 62
Using Nosetests and Coverage to create robust software percious 07/08 57
Using IDLE v1.2 Ian Ozsvald 03/07 52
Refactoring with functions and doc strings Ian Ozsvald 05/07 50
Build a simple file-reader using PyDev Ian Ozsvald 03/07 48
Unit Tests for Dependable Code Ian Ozsvald 03/07 48
Debug Tip - Mising Import Statements Ian Ozsvald 05/07 47
Python at the command line Ian Ozsvald 03/07 46
Interactive debugging using PyDev Ian Ozsvald 03/07 43
Starting a Python project with PyDev Ian Ozsvald 03/07 43
Presenting the finished product Ian Ozsvald 05/07 42
Starting with Unit-tests Ian Ozsvald 05/07 36
Solution: The working Yes/No control and EnterBox Ian Ozsvald 05/07 35
Exercise: User Interaction with a Yes/No control and the EnterBox Ian Ozsvald 05/07 33
Exception handling and Unit-testing with justNumbers Ian Ozsvald 05/07 31
Bonus - IDLE's Python Help and an Exercise Ian Ozsvald 03/07 25
Completing getNumbers with Test Driven Development Ian Ozsvald 05/07 24
Writing the new .csv file with an average Ian Ozsvald 05/07 24
Error Handling to give user-feedback Ian Ozsvald 05/07 19
Averaging the data Ian Ozsvald 05/07 18
easygui's choicebox for graphical list output Ian Ozsvald 05/07 17
Installing nose for nosetests Ian Ozsvald 03/08 16
Test Logins using Form Manipulation Ian Ozsvald 04/08 13
Installing twill (shell web browser) Ian Ozsvald 03/08 10
Solution to the unit-test task for average Ian Ozsvald 05/07 10
Test for a 404 Not Found Ian Ozsvald 03/08 9
3 Minute Overview Ian Ozsvald 03/08 8
Test a page exists - 200 OK Ian Ozsvald 03/08 4
Using Test Classes, Test Title and Link Ian Ozsvald 04/08 2

Learning-paths tagged with nosetests

Python GUI Building [ID:018] Ian Ozsvald, Horst Jens, ... 04/09
Beginner Python Web Programming [ID:019] Ian Ozsvald, 04/09
Python IDEs and Tools [ID:021] Ian Ozsvald, 04/09

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