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JR Heard presents:
How To Find All Your Bugs Using Generative Testing
Testing your code is important, but writing example-based unit tests by hand is time-consuming and often ineffective. There's a better way! In this talk, JR (formerly @yelp, currently @ewindsolutions) will show you how to use the Hypothesis library in order to create property-based tests. Hypothesis is easy to use, it's fun, and it'll find tons of bugs in your code so you can sleep better at night! All skill levels are welcome; this talk will be great for beginners and advanced programmers alike.
Join us after the meetup at Bailey's taproom at 213 SW Broadway to continue the discussion over a beverage.
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