Second in a week-long series of catch-up posts. But before I get to the next batch of links, don’t forget to submit your proposals to speak at the first Selenium Conference. I’m pretty sure we’re going to be trying to pick out the talks next week.
- Can we please adopt this as the official poster for Selenium? Please?
- If you are a C# developer looking to get started with Selenium WebDriver, Automated Testing with Selenium 2 and NUnit seems like a good place to start
- Per the who ‘bringing order to the universe’, Watir-WebDriver: A detailed introduction shows how to drive Watir using Selenium WebDriver
- UI Automation: Tricks and Traps has, well, umm, tricks to try and traps to avoid. Shocking. I know.
- JUnit’s @Rule stuff is pretty serious magic, but really interesting. Here is Using Rules to Influence JUnit Test Execution and What JUnit Rules are Good For
- xvfb and cucumber collide in Running Cucumber Features Without a Display
- Use Lisp and want to use Selenium? Now you can with selenium-lisp-connector
- Looks like AutoIT3 might have some competition in the ‘drive native windows on Windows’ space with RAutomation. Here is how to Automating Windows and Their Controls With Ruby
- In what could be the best project name since ‘Vlad the Deployer’, Zombie.js is being touted as this week’s Selenium killer.
And now I’m off to drive through lake effect snow to get to CodeMash to stress out about my Selenium and Agile Testing workshops. Ah, the life of a consultant is certainly glamorous.