Please allow me to elaborate on our previous announcement about Selenium Whiteboard Night on July 20.
This meetup is your chance to discuss your use of Selenium in a fun and informal setting (at Digg, no less!).
We envision two groups of people at the event: "whiteboarders" and "minglers." As a whiteboarder, you'll draw and present a whiteboard diagram of the automation infrastructure in which you use Selenium. This could include certain features of Selenium you employ, a summary of your testing structure, etc. You can also include your "wish-list" plans to expand upon what you already have. The idea here is that by presenting this to the assembled "minglers" (an exceptional group of peer practitioners), you'll have an excellent chance to clarify your own thinking as well as get feedback, suggestions and outside-the-box insights from a friendly supportive group.
As a mingler, you'll move around the different whiteboards (the presentations will occur simultaneously), discussing with others your thoughts and knowledge of Selenium.
This is a great opportunity for you to bounce ideas off your peers, hear feedback on how to better improve your testing process, and network with some of the brightest QAs and developers in the area.
To make the most of this opportunity for the members, we need to have at least 12 whiteboarders commit to present, but so far only have three. If you would like to be one of the "whiteboarders", please reply to this email by this Friday (7/9) so we have a better idea of what the program looks like. Let's make Whiteboard Night a success!
Learning from and meeting with developers and testers that use Selenium to test their web applications. The SF Selenium Meetup is an open forum where Selenium users of all skill levels can come to communicate, learn, network, or just have a good time. We meet on a semi-regular basis and generally have speakers from major software and web companies in the Bay Area. Lively discussions or Q&A for hours afterwards. Our focus is in Selenium and topics extend through related areas of interest, such as Agile testing, Test-Driven Development, Continuous Integration, Continuous Deployment, building maintainable automated test scripts and much more.