I completed an interest survey for a potential Selenium-focused conference several weeks ago, and I’m excited to let you know that the “powers that be” have decided that the conference is going to happen! I have already submitted my “Executable Specifications: Automating Your Requirements Document with Geb and Spock” talk as a potential session. Whether it makes the conference program or not, I plan on attending the event. Here are the details:
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Today DZone released my first Refcard: “Selenium 2.0: Using the WebDriver API to Create Robust User Acceptance Tests.” I have been interested in writing a Refcard for a long time but have never pulled the trigger. For whatever reason, I decided to jump on the bandwagon last month. Writing this card was quite a challenge, as it’s difficult to boil down a big topic into only six pages while keeping it useful.