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Design Patterns In Python by Rahul Verma, Chetan Giridhar

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Design Patterns In Python
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Publisher: Testing Perspective
Number of pages: 38

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This book is about learning design patterns through the medium of Python language. If you are new to design patterns being a programmer or you want to explore OOP in Python further, this text provides the first building blocks. If you are a tester interested in design of test automation frameworks or thinking about how a single test automation problem could be solved in different ways, this book would prove to be very useful.

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