Imagine that it is long ago in a galaxy far, far away, on a doomed planet. You are a vulcan tester. Unfortunately you have been tragically rendered a paraplegic. Your rehabilitation as a paraplegic vulcan tester in a galaxy far, far away involves a virtual self in an automated testing environment. This talk addresses evidence found in the “ark of truth” gleaned by paraplegic vulcan testers being rehabilitated by living through a virtual self in an automated test environment everywhere (come on, we all know how frakking ubiquitous this situation is.)
Selenium IDE is like the People magazine of automated testing. Everyone uses it, but nobody wants to admit it. Not even Adam Goucher.
Using a percentage in your prsentation slide is 602% effective as long it is large, flashing and contains absolutely no hard numbers to back up the claim you are making.
Idea is so beloved that anybody who uses a text editor as lowly as Textmate, especially in their presentation will be shunned. Let’s all have a group hug on this while Idea takes it’s sweet mother-frakking time to load. Again. Ok, now let’s all go get a coffee and give the bitch a few more minutes.
The wisdom of Bret Pettichord emits from the cowboy hat.
The Saucelabs awesome sauce will eat the copper off of a penny and cause an explosion if added to Diet Coke. (Be the first to capture it on YouTube!)
Betty Ford is launching an experimental twitter addiction rehab program and has scheduled an intervention for everyone sitting at the table of trouble.
You can only have a lightening talk at the Selenium Conference if a. you’re Canadian b. you’ve already given a talk c. you’ve got pictures of cats.
If 300 people show up…then Monday really *is* the first day of ur conference.
If you put thread.sleep() in your selenium talk, you will get heckled.
Don’t ask Simon to include anything in Selenium 2 or the answer will be no (especially if it involves Github).