- Eric Allen, a developer at Sauce Labs, who spoke about the different ways you can (and should) use Selenium's Proxy Server
- Dan Fabulich, Senior QA Engineer at Redfin, who shared a technique for using Selenium to automatically test files on a disk
- Lalitha Padubidri, Lead QA Engineer at Riverbed, who gave attendees a glimpse into the Python-based Selenium infrastructure that Riverbed has built out, and
- Alois Reitbauer, Technology Strategist at dynaTrace Software, who demonstrated how to integrate your Selenium tests with dynaTrace Ajax, a free tool that analyzes performance and functional problems.
In case you missed the event, check out the video below for the full presentations. And if you haven't joined the SF Selenium Meetup group, well, get to it :) We meet once a month at different venues around the city to mingle, drink beer, eat pizza, and hear various presentations on Selenium. It's not only a grand ol' time, but it's free. Next meetup is March 16 at Co-tweet. Details to come soon.