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TDD Recap & Review

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This is the last video of the course and provides you a summary of what you have learned during this course.


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Dibsdalec on March 14, 2019

I enjoyed this, speech and diction was clear, succinct and relevant. Liked the flow of how tests lead the development of the object. fixtures and coverage were covered in a simple to understand manner. Well done.

Majid Bilal on March 15, 2019

This was useful and perhaps this could be my first step into test driven development.

Shay Elmualem on March 15, 2019

Thanks Chyld! great stuff.

Also, really like your vscode theme or at least the font - mind sharing what that is?


Chyld Medford RP Team on March 16, 2019

The theme is Monokai Pro.

I use either Dank Mono or Operator Mono.

Shay Elmualem on March 16, 2019

Perfect, thanks again

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Abdullah on May 10, 2019

Great tutorials. It gives you the big picture of the unit testing concept by pytest in a short time. These tutorials will be the good choice if you don’t have enough time to study the pytest framework because it drives you to the important concepts that you need to start testing your code.

Thank you.

Corey Hermanson on May 18, 2019

Thank you Chyld! This was a fantastic bite-sized intro to TDD. Excited to implement.

senatoduro8 on July 27, 2019

This is the perfect tutorial. Now I feel comfortable about test driven development. Can you point me. @Chyld, can you point me to a great resource for learning the advance stuffs when it comes to test driven development with pytest?

ashokbayana369 on Aug. 14, 2019

Really Great tutorial, I learned the concepts of applying TDD practically :)

Najmeh on Aug. 21, 2019

Thank you very much for giving a clear explanation. Great job!

Lee RP Team on Oct. 29, 2019

This demystified pytest fixtures for me. Thank you!

Jacob Andersen on Nov. 14, 2019

The --cov flag didnt work for me until i manually installed cov with pip install pytest-cov. Otherwise, excellent tutorial with nice pace.

lmik16 on Dec. 24, 2019

How do you make testrun results colorful in the terminal? I use git-bash on windows…

Gareth on Jan. 8, 2020

That was a good tutorial, thank you.

Vinothkumar on Jan. 16, 2020

Very good introductory tutorial for developer getting into testing in Python especially pytest. Thank you.

mark92 on Jan. 22, 2020

The information presented is useful to me. My next task is to automate testing on my current project and this material will help me to move forward.

Lokman on Feb. 19, 2020

Thanks for this lesson video it’s helpful.

contactpunitjain on March 11, 2020

Nice description on fixtures. Hope to see some on mocks as well :)

amiralipourskandani on March 27, 2020

Thanks for the useful video. I did not quite get why the len attribute of the stack class is defined as __len__ and in the test_stack file why you called it directly rather than using stack.len()? Thanks

khoacoffee on April 7, 2020

I haven’t touched Python or pytest for a while, and this course refreshes my memory. The test coverage feature of pytest is new for me, and I was wondering how to get the coverage if the application under test is NOT written in python.

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