1. Looking for a Django Reader

    I've just finished the last rough draft of a short e-book, An Intro to Testing Web apps with twill and Selenium. The book has four sections:

    1. Introduction
    2. twill intro
    3. Selenium intro
    4. Testing an app with twill and Selenium

    The "app" being tested in #4 is just the very simple poll …

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  2. Strangling Your Code and Growing Your Test Harness: The 9 Phases of Building Automated Tests Into Legacy Code

    I'm in the early throes of building tests into my Cartwheel project. Cartwheel was one of the two projects that inspired my Web testing project, twill, so naturally I'm happy to finally be putting twill to good use in my own projects. Naturally the transition from building tools for building …

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