CrossBrowserTesting will be exhibiting at SeleniumConf this week. If you’re at the event be sure to stop by booth #1 to meet the team and get the inside scoop on what’s new. In addition, if you tweet your URL to @xbrowsertesting, we’ll reply with automated screenshots and a personalized selenium test.
In anticipation of the conference to begin, here are a few session’s we’re most excited about.
Selenium: State Of The Union
Simon Stewart, the Lead Committer of Selenium Project and the Creator of WebDriver, is a major contributor to Selenium’s history and we’re looking forward to hearing from him. He is also co-editor of a W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) specification process, which he’ll talk more about in his keynote in relation to WebDriver. In addition, Stewart will facilitate discussion on the Software Freedom Conservancy and touch on how a “normal” person can approach Selenium.
The Build That Cried Broken: Building Trust in Your Continuous Integration Tests
Angie Jones will relate the classic “The Boy Who Cried Wolf” story to teams’ continuous integration builds and the issues that arise when tests give false alarms. Jones is a Consulting Automation Engineer at LexisNexis who spends her time advising scrum teams on automation strategies, developing automation frameworks, founding over 20 patented inventions, and teaching Java programming as an adjunct college professor.
CI Excellence With Test Automation Engineers
Greg Sypolt, the Senior Engineer at Gannett (USA Today Network), will share how test automation has evolved and will continue evolving. His session will also focus on Continuous Integration — best practices, building the pipeline, working with your team, and maintaining the infrastructure will be discussed, among many other relevant topics in CI.
Get the full list on the CrossBrowserTesting blog.