I’ll be attending PyCon this year (finally!).
Somehow I haven’t attended the last 3 years that I tentatively planned to do so.
Windmill will be well represented. Adam and I will be on a “Functional Testing Tools in Python” panel, and Adam will be giving a full blown Windmill talk.
There will also be a Windmill Sprint for anyone interested. If you want some hands on time figuring out how to test crazy webapp stuff we’ll be helping anyone who comes by the first few days of the Sprint. Our plan is to eventually transition the Sprint to working on the windmill2 codebase.
Feel free to stop by the Sprint or grab me during the conference if you want to discuss any of the other projects I work on (mozmill, jsbridge, pouch, etc) or if you want to discuss Mozilla testing and tools in general.