Join us on November 19th to meet and learn from the team implementing Selenium at Facebook.
We'll be begin at 6:30 with some food and drinks, followed by talks at 7pm.
Parking available on site. Please be sure to RSVP by November 17th as Facebook will be pre-printing badges.
Scaling Selenium at Facebook
Facebook's billion users have no idea the site gets released twice a day with no user impact. Achieving this put high demands on automated testing, and Selenium is a key part of making it all possible. Scaling Selenium to this development and release cycle is a major challenge, as is making it easy for all Facebook engineers to test their code with Selenium.
Join us to hear about the following:
• How Facebook engineers dealt with scaling Selenium to their size
• Facebook's new open-source PHP Selenium API
• How they're making it easier for their engineers to write and debug Selenium tests
Damien Sereni leads the team building testing tools and infrastructure at Facebook. Since joining Facebook in 2011 he's been writing tools to improve the experience of testing ranging from unit testing to Selenium on web and mobile.
Wai Hon Law has been hacking at Facebook since 2012, focusing on the infrastructure for UI automated tests. He implemented not only a Selenium-based backend running many browsers, but also a brand new WebDriver php binding which is now open-sourced as php-webdriver on github.
Alex Ponomarenko joined Facebook in May working on improving WebDriver failures reporting and integration with Facebook UI components. Previously working on WebDriver based visual testing product at CreamTec, Alex has 7 years of engineering and consulting experience working with various UI technologies and automated testing tools.