Back in April I blogged about the Mozmill tests I’d written to test Selenium IDE. I followed up in June with a blog post covering… Read More »Adding Mozmill tests to the Selenium IDE build system
In a couple of weeks the 4th event of the London Selenium users meetup takes place. This time it will be hosted by Thoughtworks, and has a loose theme of extending on top of Selenium. I’m pleased to announce the following speakers, in addition to a talk from Google on mobile testing with Selenium.Read More »London Selenium Users Event #4
For a long time now I’ve been chasing the idea of a conference for Selenium. It probably started when I heard about the San Francisco… Read More »I’m (sort of) going to Selenium Conference 2011!
The videos from the third London Selenium users event are now available on the London Selenium YouTube channel.Read More »Videos now online for ‘Advanced Test Automation with Firefox’
For the recent London Selenium Users Meetup Event I was asked if I could provide the attendance list in a suitable format for creating labels for the guests when they arrive. Given the short timeframe I did this simply by highlighting the names on meetup.com, copying them, and pasting them into a simple text editor. I then quickly cleaned this up before sending the list on. Within a short while the list was out of date due to some members dropping out.Read More »Meetup.com Attendance Lists
Here’s another one of my odd Selenium examples! Last month I finally got to eat at a ‘Cheesecake Factory’ restaurant, after first hearing about them a few years back from an American friend. There’s an overwhelming choice of 30+ cheesecakes to choose from, and I’m really not good at making decisions when there’s so much choice. I decided to go with ‘The Original’, and that every subsequent visit to the chain I would work my way down the menu, knowing I’d probably never get through all of them in my lifetime!Read More »Cheesecake