Property-Based Testing with Python and `hypothesis` | Hatchpad Huddle

Thursday, February 4, 9:00AM – 10:00AM EST

Join the engineering community for a virtual round table about property-based testing with Python and how to apply it in the field.

This talk discusses testing strategies today, introduces property-based testing as a concept, and walks through examples of how one might apply property-based testing in the field. This talk leverages `hypothesis`, a Python-based property-based testing framework. This talk should help prepare you for introducing property-based testing to your fellow coworkers or peers.

About the Speaker:

Ying Wang works as a senior data engineer for MotoRefi in the metro D.C. area. During the day, he’s working with BigQuery and eating Chipotle. During the evenings, he’s watching DVDs and coding on side projects / stuff.

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