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New Meetup: Creating High-ROI Selenium Scripts

From: John D.
Sent on: Monday, June 29, 2009 10:55 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for San Francisco Selenium Meetup Group!

What: Creating High-ROI Selenium Scripts

When: August 4,[masked]:30 PM

Where: (Twitter Inc. 539 Bryant St., Suite 402, San Francisco, CA)

We're thrilled to announce that Twitter has offered to open their commons space to us to host this San Francisco Selenium meetup. [Twitter is a six-minute walk from Caltrain and 15-minute walk from Montgomery St. BART]

This meetup promises to be informative for experienced and new Selenium users alike. Selenium Grid creator Philippe Hanrigou plans to present a talk titled "Creating High-ROI Selenium Scripts." Among many points, Philippe will outline cases when not to use Selenium as part of an overall strategy to make your scripts more useful, more easily maintainable and therefore higher ROI.


6:30 - 7:15 Networking, pizza and drinks
7:15 - 9:15 Program
9:15 - 9:30 Wrap-up / close

RSVP Early!

Our last event fully booked out and due to our popular host for this event, we expect it to fill up fast. We recommend you check your calendar, call your friends and reserve your space now :-) As before, we continue to resist recommendations to charge members. So that we can continue that practice, we ask people to be especially diligent about RSVPs: please be sure to release your reservation if your plans change so that the maximum possible can attend. Thank you in advance for that.

More about Philippe:
Philippe Hanrigou has over ten years of experience developing enterprise software and web applications. As a software engineer and ThoughtWorks consultant, he focuses on designing enterprise software ? understanding what makes a good design and implementing practices that encourage it. For the last 3 years he has enthusiastically embraced Ruby and used it to deliver large enterprise systems.

Philippe is the author of "Troubleshooting Ruby Processes", an Addison-Wesley Ruby Professional Series shortcut, that introduces key system diagnostic tools in the context of Ruby development.

Philippe has found agile methodologies to be especially efficient and rewarding for developing enterprise software. He spends much of his time sharpening his expertise in this area and advocating agile methodologies.

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Our Sponsors

  • CA Technologies

    Food/drink sponsor for the 10/24 Meetup

  • Sauce Labs

    Organizing always! Refreshments and facilities as needed.

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