Valuable things I have learned while writing three books for @PacktPub

I recently had a friend of mine ask me about the viability of writing a book for his open source project.┬áHe had questions about how to submit a proposal as well as the money involved. I wrote him a detailed response, but decided to post some of my lessons learned here. Don’t write a book […]

Finding your voice when writing a technical book

Something that I have been polishing for some time is my writing voice. The voice is more than just words, grammar, and speaking in a me-to-you, versus us-with-us style. It’s the way we blend words and language together to provide our writing with a certain personality. One of the things that won me over before […]

What is the best testing tool?

Someone posted to me a question through meetupcom, “Greg, what is the best testing tool?” I didn’t have room to reply. I posted my response inside the Nashville JUG Google Group we host, but I thought today, it would be better to capture it here. Asking “what is the best tool” with no other context […]

Interview with the author of “Python Testing Cookbook”

Packt Publishing recently interviewed me about Python Testing Cookbook. I hope you enjoy it.