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Super cool you are getting some press! I would love to see some articles on how you use agile techniques in python.At my new company I need to unittest everything and this is new for me. I was doing wild west code before :)Maybe a zsh how to for the python inclined would be sweet as well! Keep up the good work.
> Super cool you are getting some press!Thanks ;)> I would love to see some articles on how you use agile techniques in python.Well, Titus is the expert there, not me. All I have to offer is this:http://jjinux.blogspot.com/search/label/testing> Maybe a zsh how to for the python inclined would be sweet as well!Well, if you just want a "Pythonic" shell, ipython can be used as a UNIX shell as well. I like zsh because it's a "tricked out" version of Bash.Most of what I know about zsh I learned from:http://zsh.sourceforge.net/Intro/intro_toc.htmlMy favorite features are:* Recursive star: gvim **/*.py* Really smart tab completion.* Smart, right-side prompts: RPROMPT='(%~)'
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