[TriLUG] Fwd: [Guilford-County-Linux-Users-Group] Project Night this wednesday

Francois Dion francois.dion at gmail.com
Wed Jan 15 12:11:37 EST 2014

Forwarding, in case you are local or will be in Winston Salem tonight. Plus, even if you are not planning on attending, but you have some thoughts on functional and load testing, email me and I'll share with the group tonight.


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> From: Francois Dion <francois.dion at gmail.com>
> Date: January 13, 2014, 23:23:00 EST
> To: Guilford-County-Linux-Users-Group-list at meetup.com
> Subject: [Guilford-County-Linux-Users-Group] Project Night this wednesday
> Reply-To: Guilford-County-Linux-Users-Group-list at meetup.com
> Wednesday, 6pm at Inmar in Winston Salem will be our first project night of 2014.
> http://www.pyptug.org/2014/01/project-night.html
> What is a little different than the typical PYPTUG project night is that we will be doing a roundup of load testing tools, whatever the language.
> So, if you have a favorite load tester (or even combined functional/load), come and share your thoughts with us. Beside Python solutions (like Funkload/Marteau and loads/loads-web) we will look also at Java solutions (Jmeter), C++ etc. So, if you have a favorite load testing (stress testing) tool, even if it's written in Ruby, Haskell, Perl, Clojure, Javascript or whatever else, come by and tell us about it
> We'll also look at Kivy and a few other things, time permitting.
> Francois
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