September 14, 2012 by adam goucher
A Smattering of Selenium #119
Its that time again, 4th Annual Automation Honors Voting is now open. Vanity contests FTW!
- Introducing the Sauce Plugin for Selenium Grid from a product perspective is huge. And in a roundabout way proves I am not completely crazy…
- Benchmark of Python WSGI Servers has lots of numbers, and graphs and charts.
- Seleno makes some bold marketing statements (‘the RIGHT way!’). Looks like a framework in C# that forces people to use Page Objects
- Splinter is another python web automation framework. How long until this gets marketed as the next Selenium killer that uses WebDriver under the hood.
- If you’re using Maven, maven-notification-center could be interesting. Well, if you are also using Mountain Lion.
- And I quote from Acceptance Testing Revisited – Asking customers to read and write acceptance tests is a poor use of their time, skill, and inclinations.. THIS!
- OH NOES! Your Credit Card Pin has been leaked!!!!
- Testing Automation With Selenium – Part 1 starts with Never send a human to do a machine’s job but also omits Never send a machine to do a human’s job
- Dog Show Quality is where “Quality” is its own goal. That’s from about halfway through the article. Hands up when see this with automation all. the. freaking. time. (All your hands should be up. OK, you can put the down now.)