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  1. Notes for my PyCon 2014 talk: Instrument ALL the things: Studying data-intensive workflows in the cloud

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  2. Trying out 'cram'

    I desperately need something to run and test things at the command line, both for course documentation (think "doctest" but with shell prompts) and for script testing (as part of scientific pipelines). At the 2011 testing-in-python BoF, Augie showed us cram, which is the mercurial project's internal test code ripped …

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  3. Twitter Ho!

    OK, I'm going to try out twitter for the first time, in order to see if it works out at PyCon for keeping track of what's going on and letting people know what I'm up to. I guess you have to e-mail me to get in touch with me, though …

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  4. PyCon review process

    We're going through the PyCon '09 review process, and participating in the process has been pretty interesting. (I joined the Program Committee in large part because I was told to put up or shut up after I critiqued PyCon '08. Ahh, the open source world... where you're encouraged to go …

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  5. PyCon '07 Talk -- source code

    I've put together a brief discussion, with links to the source code, surrounding the demos I did at PyCon '07 during my testing tools talk. Here's a brief TOC:

    # Demo 1: Testing CherryPy
    # Demo 2: Testing CherryPy without exec'ing a process
    # Demo 3: Basic code coverage analysis with figleaf
    # Demo …
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  6. PyCon talk & Web panel accepted

    So, it looks like I will be giving a talk on twill, scotch, and figleaf at PyCon! One of the reviewers said something very nice, albeit probably unjustified; to quote:

    ...twill is more or less Py web-developer 101 at this point, so a talk
    about it should be enlightening.
    

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