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1 · April 17
Hi Seattle Mobile Web App Developers!
A couple of shout-outs...
I'd like to thank Carter Rabasa for allowing Filter to host the meetup event last night and each of you for showing up, enjoying pizza and listening to the fabulous presentation by Jason Carr. We had a great time and hope you'll all be back soon!
I'm always fascinated to constantly be learning about new development methodologies, new coding languages, the latest in general development advances and typically I'm learning about these things through conversations with each of you and staying active the community.
0 · April 17
It was a pleasure. I believe that the takeaway is that testing automation for mobile apps isn't yet that awesome, but at least troubles are well identified and it's great to see that there are companies making the opportunity out from these issues.
I do also appreciate and thank the organizer for sharing that SeatleHacks.com community hub. Looking forward to making my contributions!
0 · April 17
Thanks to everyone for coming. Awesome crowd. Seriously, one of the best meetups as far as venue, crowd, and interest. I think this topic was perfect for the group.
If you missed the promo code I passed out at the meetup and would like some free SauceLabs, email me at jason (at) saucelabs (dot) com.
0 · April 16
I will be around tomorrow afternoon before the meetup, and will have time after the meetup, and also will be having 'office hours' on Wednesday for anyone who is interested in getting set up to use Appium. Just let me know after the meetup, or tweet at me (@maudineormsby) and we'll get set up with some time to work on mobile automation awesomeness!
0 · April 15
I had been writing Selenium WebDriver tests in the last 2 years with the use of page object pattern and Autofac for dependency injection, and I didn't like it because the slow response and the layers between the browser and the test code. You can see that problem when you try to debug your test that involving the browser.
0 · March 27