10:30 AM Sunday
Silicon Valley Code Camp : October 3rd and 4th, 2009session

The Perils and Pleasures of Testing with Selenium


About This Session

Are you building a RIA using one of the modern Javascript frameworks like jQuery or ExtJS? Are you currently employing an army of testers to make sure that your latest code change hasn't broken your site in a crucial but obscure way (i.e. the 34th report in subsection 2 is throwing a 500 error, and you are about to find out that a big customer needs that report to send out invoices today). Are your developers hearing about their bugs only weeks or months after checking in their code? One excellent solution to this problem (in addition to solid unit testing) is incorporating Selenium into your build process. Selenium is an open source browser automation tool that uses Javascript to mimic user behavior. The examples used will feature a production website written in C# and ExtJS that is being tested by Selenium scripts written in C#.

Time: 10:30 AM Sunday    Room: 1401 

The Speaker(s)

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Mark Erdmann

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