If you’re not already aware of the dedicated Selenium Q&A site that I have proposed, then it’s definitely worth checking it out. If you’re interested in supporting the proposal, and helping it to reach beta then please commit. By committing you are stating that you are prepared to both ask and answer questions on the proposed site.Read More »Proposal for new Selenium Q&A site
I’ve been looking forward to the iPhone 4 ever since the 3GS was released, as I was in contract at the time and decided to wait another year for whatever Apple decided to release next. Due to unexpected (but very cool) circumstances, I was out of the country on the day Apple released the iPhone 4 and so was unable to queue up for one of the devices, and now due to the demand it’s very difficult to get hold of one. Since getting back to the UK I have been visiting my two nearest O2 stores to check if they have had a delivery, and today they pointed me towards their online stock checker…Read More »Get a new iPhone with help from Selenium
Before holding the second London Selenium Users meetup we asked several questions of the Selenium users in London:Read More »Survey Results from London Selenium Users
The slides and demos from David Burns’ talk at the second London Selenium Users meetup are now available on his blog.Read More »What does Selenium 2 mean to the average QA?
Last night was the second London Selenium Users meetup. In contrast to the last one – a purely social event in a pub in Fitzrovia – this one was hosted by Google with talks from myself, David Burns (The Automated Tester), Eran Messeri (Google), and a Q&A with Simon Stewart (Google).Read More »Another successful Selenium meetup in London!