Getting started with IronPython – Part 3: unit testing

Welcome to the 3rd part of my quest to learn IronPython. In this part I’ll show how I’ve unit tested my application. Previous parts of this series: Where to start – resources, environment and how I’ve started learning IronPython Let’s write some code – the project I’m writing along with my impressions of how things … Continue reading Getting started with IronPython – Part 3: unit testing

SharpDevelop 3.1 Beta released – with some IronPython goodness

When I’ve started learning IronPython I choose #Develop as my IDE. Because it had IronPython intellisense and debugging support it seemed like a good fit for my simple project. When my project needed basic UI I rolled up my sleeves and wrote a winform control line by line. It seems that the good people of … Continue reading SharpDevelop 3.1 Beta released – with some IronPython goodness

Getting started with IronPython – Part 2: Let’s write some code

In the previous part I wrote on how I’ve leant the basics of IronPython programming. In this post I will show the first lines I wrote as part of the project I decided to write in order to learn IronPython. Before I div into the code I’d like to take a moment to explain about … Continue reading Getting started with IronPython – Part 2: Let’s write some code