19:00 - Event starts, food & drink available
19:20 - Stephen Donner - How Mozilla use Selenium
19:45 - Break for food/drink/etc
19:55 - Simon Stewart - Update on progress of Selenium 2
20:10 - David Burns - Using Selenium to do Client-Side Performance Monitoring
20:35 - Break for food/drink/etc
20:45 - Henrik Skupin - Crowd-sourced Automated UI Testing of Firefox
21:10 - Q&A with the speakers
21:20 - Main event ends, food & drink available
21:45 - Event ends
Stephen Donner - Stephen is Mozilla's lead WebQA Engineer, and, although he doesn't write much Selenium himself, oversees the team responsible for both automated and manual testing of Mozilla's many websites. He in indebted to both Selenium and Hudson for making his work life much less volatile :-)
David Burns - Senior Developer in Test at Mozilla and a Selenium Core Committer mainly working on the .NET bindings for Selenium 2. David is an active blogger at http://www.theautomat... (http://www.theautomatedtester.co.uk) and has a book out later this year on Selenium.
Henrik Skupin - Henrik is the lead of the QA Test Automation team at Mozilla. He is working on tools around Mozmill to make sure that automated ui tests for Firefox are easier to execute and more fascinating. Henrik is dedicated to automation and especially to Mozmill.