Posts Tagged django

Even Faster Django Unit Tests

Last year, I wrote about speeding up django unit tests. With this method, I’ve been able to significantly reduce the time it takes to run my unit tests. But I still have a real short attention span. If anything, it’s shorter than it was last year. I also have an additional problem: I tend to […]


Congratulations, Django!

Congratulations on making it to 1.0! Excellent job to all involved! Cheers! Seth, django Fan

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Faster django unit tests

I was reading through some of the django test documentation and discovered that when your db backend is sqlite3, your test database is created in-memory. I don’t run my test suite as often as I should because it takes a long time (several minutes — I have a real short attention span). An in-memory database […]

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