Upcoming Workshop 2/23: Intro to Selenium & Automated Testing

New to Selenium testing? Or even automated testing? Join us Febuary 23 at OpenDNS in San Francisco for a workshop, led by Santiago Suarez Ordoñez and Sebastian Tiedtke, Sr. Software Engineers at Sauce Labs, that will provide you with knowledge and hands-on experience writing scripts to automatically test your web app cross-browser with Selenium. selenium logoAimed at QA folks who understand and practice testing, we hope that by the end of this workshop you'll be able to write and edit automated test cases using Selenium Builder, an open source record/playback tool. Additionally, we want to arm you with working knowledge of concepts such as identifying assertions with Selenium, refactoring your code, and debugging your tests. To sign up and view the full agenda, visit the registration page on Eventbrite. Tickets are $45 and include breakfast, lunch, snacks and drinks throughout the day. Pre-reqs are:
  • Experience with QA and testing, perhaps manually or with a tool other than Selenium
  • Additionally, you should bring your own laptop and have pre-installed FirefoxChrome, and Python 2.7.3. (Note: We will be using Python for our example tests, but there will be opportunities to write test cases in other programming languages).
Thanks to our friends at OpenDNS for helping to keep ticket prices low by providing breakfast, drinks and snacks throughout the day, and for providing the space for the event. See you on the 23rd!

Written by

Ashley Wilson

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SeleniumAutomated testing