Meet Pete Hodgson and discuss testing iOS applications with Frank at tonight's Selenium Meetup in San Francisco. The event is hosted at the CoTweet/ExactTarget Media Lab at 301 Brannan Street, 1st Floor.
How to find us: After entering the building, come to the first door to your left.
It's time we learned how to test our mobile applications! Join us for our March meetup at CoTweet, where we will hear two great presentations by Pete Hodgson, a software consultant with ThoughtWorks, and Jason Huggins, original creator of Selenium and co-founder of Sauce Labs.
As usual, festivites will get under way around 6:30pm with pizza, beer, and mingling, followed by the talks at 7:15. Q&A will follow both presentations, so bring your burning questions.
Huge thanks to the folks at CoTweet/Exact Target for hosting this meetup! See you in a few weeks!
6:30: Pizza, beer, networking, registration
7:15: Announcements, Introductions
7:30: Presentations + Q&A
8:45: Wrap Up, Mingling
9:15: Lights Out
Automated Acceptance Tests for iOS using Frank
Frank enables automated testing of native iOS apps in much the same way that Selenium enables automated testing of web apps. We'll see Frank in action, examine what Frank tests look like, discover how Frank works under the hood, and talk about what Frank can learn from Selenium.
Mobile Application Testing with Selenium and Continuous Integration
Learn how to use Selenium 2 to test Android and iPhone applications in a Continuous Integration environment for end-to-end automation.
Bio: Jason Huggins co-founded Sauce Labs and currently leads product direction. Prior to Sauce Labs, Jason was a Test Engineer at Google where he supported the grid-scale "Selenium Farm" for testing Google applications such as Gmail and Google Docs. Jason's experience also includes time at ThoughtWorks in Chicago as a software developer. While at ThoughtWorks, Jason created the Selenium testing framework out of the need to cross-browser test a new in-house time and expense system. He tweets as @hugs.
Hope to see you there!