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Test-Driven Development with Python

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Test-Driven Development with Python
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Publisher: O'Reilly Media

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Test-Driven Development with Python focuses on web development, with some coverage of JavaScript (inescapable for any web programmer). This book uses a concrete example -- the development of a website, from scratch -- to teach the TDD methodology, and how it applies to web programming, from the basics of database integration and javascript, going via browser-automation tools like Selenium, to advanced (and trendy) topics like NoSQL, websockets and Async programming.

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