In 2006 a friend turned me on to a new test harness called Selenium. The framework had little documentation and ran inside a weird, janky frameset. But Selenium had two killer features: you didn’t need Windows administrator privileges to install it and it was the only free GUI-driven regression testing framework for Web sites. Five years later I find myself in the position of having used Selenium in a business context for almost half my career and nearly the entire lifetime of the tool. Selenium’s changed a lot, so have the Web sites it was designed to test, and so has the Web itself. I look forward to talking about how I have helped businesses leverage Selenium to manage change and increase their ability to adapt in the ever-evolving world of eCommerce.
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