Free and online open space conference for Selenium community on Oct 28th, Selenium’s 19th birthday
SeleniumConf is back in person! Yes! It does feel good to say this.
The SeleniumConf Chicago 2023 Program Review Committee and conference organizers are finalizing the agenda, but in advance of this here is what you can look forward to.
Quick recap of the recent Selenium Conference held virtually
SeleniumConf London 2019 videos and pictures are available now!
We’re excited to announce that we’ve finally determined where and when Selenium Conf will be happening this Fall.
Selenium Conf India is happening this June 24-26 in Bangalore, India.
In our last update we mentioned there will be 2 Selenium Confs in 2016 — one in India, another somewhere else (TBD).
Interested in learning what’s in store for Se Conf 2016?
Selenium 2015 is just around the corner (September 8-10).
The Selenium Conf 2015 website is live!
Selenium Conf is coming to Portland, Oregon this year!
It makes me enormously happy and proud to announce that the Selenium Conference 2014 will be held in Bangalore on the 4-6 September.
This is a guest post by Marcus Merrell, one of the organizers of the 2013 Selenium Conference.
This year’s Selenium Conference is slated for June 10 – 12 in beautiful Boston, Massachusetts.
In this series of blog posts we’ve introduced…
I may be biased, but I think Selenium Conf ’12 is going to be great.
The tickets for Selenium Conf ’12 are still on sale for about another week, so there’s still time for you to buy your tickets.
Good news, everybody! Selenium Conf ’12 is getting closer!
The community around Selenium is the thing that really makes the Selenium project special.
It has been mentioned at and hinted upon a couple times in the Smattering posts, but nothing has ‘officially’ been mentioned here, so it is time we fix that.
Great news! Thanks to the initiative of our friends at Sauce Labs, we’re finally ready to host the first-ever Selenium Conference.
The Selenium project does not have an ‘official’ presence here at Agile as it is seen as a ‘test after’ tool rather than ‘test first’…