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19:00 - Event starts
19:20 - Alan Richardson - Web scraping as a Test Design Approach using Selenium[masked]:45 - Julian Simpson - Highlights of 'CI: the minimum viable product'
20:10 - François Reynaud - Extending Selenium Grid 2.0 using a VM architecture
20:35 - Break
20:45 - Lightning talks (depending on interest)
21:05 - Main event ends, food & drink available
21:30 - Event ends
Alan Richardson - Alan blogs on http://eviltester.com (http://eviltester.com/), he has been testing for a long time, and programming for longer. The last few years have seen him managing and training testers exploring web apps and performing automation using Selenium and Java. He authored the book "Selenium Simplified". You can find stuff he has programmed, and testing articles he has written, at http://compendiumdev.co.uk (http://compendiumdev.co.uk/)
Julian Simpson - Julian is The Build Doctor. He started his career formatting 5.25 inch hard disks in IBM AT PC’s. Presently he is Principal Consultant at The Build Doctor Limited. Julian's desire is to help everyone get their code into production as soon as they can. You can read his blog and find out more about Julian at http://www.build-doctor.com
François Reynaud - François is a quality engineer at eBay specialised in automation. He is also the main committer for Selenium Grid 2.0