We're thrilled to announce that Twitter has offered to open their commons space to us to host this San Francisco Selenium meetup. [Twitter is a six-minute walk from Caltrain and 10-minute walk from Montgomery St. BART] This meetup promises to be informative for experienced and new Selenium users alike.
Dante Briones will share a proven design pattern that improves maintainability of tests, reduces duplication and brings the benefits of production code techniques to the creation of test code.
Agenda: 6:30 - 7:15 Networking, pizza and drinks 7:15 - 9:15 Program 9:15 - 9:30 Wrap-up / close
Video We plan to video and upload the event. Afterwards we'll email SF Se Meetup members the link. Prior to and after the program, interested attendees can answer the question "how do you use Selenium?" on camera in 30-seconds or less. We'll publish a compilation of the most interesting responses, so be thinking about your answer :-) Should be fun!
RSVP Early! Our last event fully booked out and due to our popular host for this event, we expect it to fill up fast. We recommend you check your calendar, call your friends and reserve your space now :-) As before, we continue to resist meetup.com recommendations to charge members. So that we can continue that practice, we ask people to be especially diligent about RSVPs: please be sure to release your reservation if your plans change so that the maximum possible can attend. Thank you in advance for that.
More about Dante: Dante holds a deep passion not simply for making software, but for making software better. Over the course of his more than 10 years of software development experience, he has worked in industries including medical devices, finance, and telecoms while playing roles ranging from junior developer to CTO. A former ThoughtWorker and ex-ex-pat, he was bitten by the testing bug during a six-year stint in London. He hasn't delivered test-free production code since. Dante currently splits his time between providing high-level technology expertise to early-stage startups and doing hands-on Agile/XP coaching through his consulting company, Electronic Ingenuity LLC.