At work, we have been using Robot Framework for all kinds of tests for a few years now and it’s proven to be the good choice. Robot Framework’s simple syntax and grammar does not scare testers away (usually). At the same time, its design makes it easy to support complex use cases as well as […]
Early on this year, a discussion emerged on the CherryPy mailing-list about the project. Most people said they loved the project but had struggled with its documentation. Though rich and extensive, it was felt it left down the project somehow by being not designed in a way that was attractive to new comers. I took […]
I am glad to announce that IronPython 2 is now capable of running my XMPP Python library: headstock. .NET has already an excellent XMPP SDK called agsXMPP that is a native .NET/C# framework. However I’m a Python developers at heart and I had started quite a while ago writing my own XMPP library in Python […]
I had to. More seriously though since the work I’m doing with XMPP and AtomPub these days, I thought it be a nice idea to try and plug into Twitter somehow. I guess I won’t be using Twitter much for anything else than testing. We’ll see.
A sad news for French speakers as the French O’Reilly editor has shutdown completely due to the lack of sales. They’ll be missed.