Click here to code!

How to Cleanup S3 Objects and Unittest it

Posted by Giuseppe Cunsolo on Mon 02 September 2019 in Testing • Tagged with AWS, S3, freezegun, moto, boto3, testing, APIs, paginator, mock • 2 min read

In this guest post Giuseppe shares what he learned having to cleanup a large number of objects in an S3 bucket. He introduces us to some boto3 as well as moto and freezegun he used to test his code. Enter Giuseppe ...


Continue reading

Enough pytest to be Dangerous, 10 Things I Learned Writing Tests for 100 Python (Bites of Py) Exercises

Posted by Bob on Thu 07 June 2018 in Testing • Tagged with pytest, learning, mock, parametrize, capfd, fixtures • 8 min read

We hit 100 Bite exercises on our Code Platform and that means we have written tests for 100 exercises. In this article I share 10 things I learned about writing test code and pytest.


Continue reading

Parsing Twitter Geo Data and Mocking API Calls by Example

Posted by Bob on Sat 17 June 2017 in Testing • Tagged with twitter, API, mock, geo, data, unittest, pickle, tweepy, testing, 100days • 2 min read

"Is this Bob or Julian?!" ... yeah tweeting from our shared @pybites Twitter account can be confusing! So I made a little script to parse the location of our tweets. Then I extended it to make it testable. I wrote a decorator to cache a couple of API outputs to be used with the unittest.mock patch decorator I learned about. A simple script turned into a good learning exercise.


Continue reading