This is my book about Test-Driven-Development for web programming, published by the excellent O'Reilly Media.
There are a few ways you can read and support this book:
Obviously these are my favourite options! O'Reilly have been great, they deserve your support, and although I only get a small amount in royalties (about a dollar per sale if you're curious), it still pays for the occasional dinner out every month which I appreciate. Plus, real physical books are nice...
TIP: I don't recommend you use Google Play Books, or at least not their PDF version, it's horrible
Alternatively, or in the meantime, help yourself here! It's all free and CC-licenced (thanks O'Reilly!). I see this as a "try-before-you-buy" scheme, and I hope that if you enjoy it you'll buy a copy -- if not for yourself, then perhaps for a friend!
And do get in touch with comments, suggestions, corrections etc! [email protected]
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The book is available both for free and for money. It's all about TDD and Web programming. Read it here!
"Hands down the best teaching book I've ever read" — "Even the first 4 chapters were worth the money" — "Oh my gosh! This book is outstanding" — "The testing goat is my new friend" — Read more...
A selection of links and videos about TDD, not necessarily all mine, eg this tutorial at PyCon 2013, how to motivate coworkers to write unit tests, thoughts on Django's test tools, London-style TDD and more.
This is my old TDD tutorial, which follows along with the official Django tutorial, but with full TDD. It badly needs updating. Read the book instead!
The campaign page, preserved for history, which led to the glorious presence of the Testing Goat on the front of the book.