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Tiny Python Projects: interested due to its focus on testing

 
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Hello all,

I am greatly interested in Ken’s upcoming book because of its focus on testing.
I feel that most programming resources focus on teaching how to code but very few teach you how to ensure the code is working as expected (only)!

I always believe in: If it isn’t tested; it doesn’t work! :-)

Thank you Ken.
 
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Apparently the author has written around 250 tests for the programs in the book, which is really amazing, but it also means that you’re going to encounter many failed tests :-D

Thanks Ken
 
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Sorry, I missed this thread. Happy to answer any questions or give any encouragement. Learning by coding and testing is a great path, IMHO!
 
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