Productive pytest with PyCharm

Testing is a major part of Python development and pytest has become the leading testing framework. Brian Okken, author of the recent book Python Testing with pytest and host of the Test and Code podcast, helps you “level up” your pytest skill.

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Guest: Brian Okken

Brian is also the author of Python Testing with pytest and has recently launched his new pytest course. Mostly, he spends his free time telling people they should write good, clean automated tests, specifically using pytest.

Brian shows:

  • Good style for asserts
  • Refactoring verbose tests into fixtures and conftest.py files
  • Refactoring fixtures
  • Using parameterize to repeat similar tests
  • Other uses of markers
  • Coverage
  • Good TDD style

Along the way, Brian will use the productive PyCharm testing features from the first webinar.

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