Dec 15, 2009 · 6:30 PM
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Please join us as we bring the first year of the #sfse Meetup group to a close by inviting members to present a 5-minute or under lightning talk on a Selenium topic of their choosing. We'll schedule enough time for five to ten members to present and in the spirit of the holidays reserve more time for networking and socializing. Schedule: 6:30 Networking + pizza + refreshments 7:15 Welcome, agenda review, announcements 7:30 Lightning talks 8:30 Wrap up, more refreshments 9:30 Clean up We remain short of our goal ten volunteers, but I know you Selenium die-hards are going to come through for us :-). I've listed those confirmed as of 12/10 on the list below. You'll notice it includes one commercial talk, which I'm going to keep on the schedule until we have ten volunteers :-). So, please, think of a Selenium topic you'd like to address and email it to me and come prepared to deliver a < 5-minute talk! To start your creative juices flowing, it could be something you love about Selenium, something you wish Selenium did that it doesn't, something you'd like to see the Selenium community do, something about Selenium that makes you crazy, a lesson Selenium should learn from your favorite proprietary product, etc. We hope you'll agree it's been a terrific first year and take the opportunity to join us as we turn the spotlight on you the members and create the chance to get to know each other better. Looking forward to seeing you there! Here's the confirmed lightning talk topic and presenters:
- Collin Jackson: “Keep your mainline green with automated testing of developer branches”
- Amit Kumar: Letterman-style "Top 10 reasons to use Selenium"
- Santiago Suarez Ordoñez: Create the best test reports ever using Sauce OnDemand
- Jonathan Alkema: an interesting challenge: testing a complex Flex application suite with Selenium and add-on projects
- Jon (last name not given): hudson integration
- Jonathan Azoff: talk about my experience with selenium rc in a professional environment and where I think it far out-achieves anything else I have used in the testing arena.