Martin Héroux is a Research Fellow at Neuroscience Research Australia. A physiotherapist by training, Martin taught himself programming to tackle more complex research questions and to foster open and reproducible science. In 2020 he published his first two scientific Python packages on PyPI
Passionate about clean code, software testing and good science, Martin has published scientific papers on a variety of topics, including weird perceptual illusion, muscle mechanics, motoneuron physiology and good science. Martin is based in Sydney, Australia and blogs about Python, programming and science at scientificallysound.org.
February 12th, 2021 | 53 mins 50 secs
scientific research, tdd, test driven development
Test Driven Development, TDD, is not easy to incorporate in your daily development.
Martin and Brian discuss TDD and testing and Martin's experience with testing, TDD, and using it for code involved with scientific research.
December 18th, 2020 | 48 mins 1 sec
open software, scientific research, software testing
A discussion about open software and software testing in scientific research and academia.