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I'm Andy Lester, and I like to test stuff. I also write for the Perl Journal, and do tech edits on books. Sometimes I write code, too.

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Monday September 06, 2004
11:24 PM

New talk slides available

[ #20764 ]
I've added new slides of my two lightning talks this year at http://petdance.com/perl/: Start Using prove, and Join The Phalanx Project.
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  • In what program have you created the slides?

    I read the 'Prove' presentation, it looks really good :)

    jonasbn
  • I would like to help but I am new to Perl and programming. What can I do to help?
    • Assuming you're talking about the Phalanx project, join the perl-qa mailing list at http://lists.perl.org/. Then, see if you can find a team that's working on a module that you'd like to add tests for. It might be a team like a Perl Mongers, or just some like-minded folks who are interested in the same modules you are.

      What's your background? Where are you geographically?

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      xoa

      • I live in the North (west) Virginia area. I am currently a Sysadmin using Perl to automate just about everything. I have read the "Perl Medic" book and think testing is a great idea. From the scale in the book I would be about a level 4 or 4.5 level guy. I really like Perl and want to help in some way.
  • Heh; when I saw "prove -r tk/", I thought "run all tests and recursively delete subdirectories?" :)

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    J. David works really hard, has a passion for writing good software, and knows many of the world's best Perl programmers