Painless product demos & how to test 'untestable'­ applications

Jason Huggins, creator of Selenium and co-founder of Sauce Labs, will show how you can automatically create product demo videos from your automated tests. By comparison with "daily rushes" in the film industry, this hands on session will show how to painlessly create great looking demos so stakeholders and customers can see the latest development work without waiting for a show & tell. Jason will also look at the challenges posed by HTML5; for example the new canvas tag is in danger of making web applications untestable. Jason looks at how we can avoid this and ensure we still get all the benefits of being able to test our web applications but take advantage of the latest browsers.
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  • Oli Z.

    Thanks for an interesting and entertaining evening. Here are my notes from the talk:
    http://oli.zilla.org.uk/2010/11/05/selenium-and-castro-testing-the-canvas.html

    November 8, 2010

  • Martijn V.

    Entertaining and rambling talk, not always on the topic that people though Jason was going to speak on, but very insightful nonetheless.

    November 5, 2010

  • Sandro M.

    From Jason's own words, he can either be early or just mad. Very interesting talk about generating screencasts from your tests and also how to test web applications that use the browser's canvas, video, etc.

    November 5, 2010

  • stuart t.

    Gutted i cant be there.

    November 3, 2010

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