The Meetup proved to be a huge success, with a packed room of more than 200 attendees. The audience had lots of great questions, and some interesting discussions were held.
The evening opened with an introductory lecture about Selenium, by Adam Carmi, Co-founder and CTO of Applitools and organizer of the Israeli Selenium Meetup.
Check out the slides here.
The second session was led by Dudu Gold, a DevOps expert from Ravello Systems, where he presented the use of Selenium Grid over the Cloud.
The next Meetup is planned for mid-February (exact date to be announced), and will focus on Appium – Selenium’s open source extension for testing native mobile apps. We’re looking forward to seeing you there!
For updates and future events, join our Meetup group at this link.
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