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I am avid Software Tester and have been working on Selenium from past couple of years. I have largely worked with java client driver of Selenium and have started dabbling in to Selenium 2.0 of late. I am also co-author of official Selenium Doc at Selenium Head Quarter which maintains selenium. Besides Selenium, I work on Manual Testing, Performance Testing and automated Accessibility Testing. Of late I have been conducting free on line selenium training. You could find more on this on my site


Apr
24
comment Test case count report in testlink
I guess I need to go to test specification and plot some graphs on my own. This is close to what I was looking for.
Dec
8
comment How to access element inside iframe in Java?
I am little worried to see what you are automating.
Dec
6
comment Is my pay fair, just based on the fact I have little experience
which currency are we talking about here, $, euros?
Nov
27
comment Running Selenium webdriver scripts in android device (Samsung galaxy tab)-Portrait mode
looking at the error This WebElement is not visisble and may not be clicked. are you able to click on element manually in portrait mode?
Nov
26
comment How to generate testing report in JUNIT in webdriver
and here is the and task to do this - ant.apache.org/manual/Tasks/junitreport.html
Nov
26
comment Running Selenium webdriver scripts in android device (Samsung galaxy tab)-Portrait mode
Does driver.findElement(By.xpath("//ul[2]/li[2]/a/div")).click(); bring up new element <css selector> without loading the page?
Nov
14
comment Selenium Webdriver runs in root but not in non-root account
since there is exception about "NoSuchElementException" should not it mean that browser was indeed launched?
May
28
comment Manual tester wanting to get into automation
Knowing Selenium will not get you any knowledge on QTP. Both tools are poles apart. Though knowing automation may help you in learning any tool quick.
Apr
2
comment Is it worth having one set of tests for both functional and performance testing?
Also keep in mind that any additional overhead can affect your ability to create load this is what I have been trying to work around. Take all set up out of tests. Especially when using Junit Sampler of JMeter as the response time it is going to report should be the time required to carry out the transaction and not the time needed to execute the test method.
Nov
15
comment Should tester fix bugs?
@JoeStrazzere I guess dev verifies it and then some other test engineer reverifies it and then if there is another bug (missed by dev verification) then tester who fixed it earlier fixes it again then again dev verifies it and cycle continues :)
Nov
15
comment Firefox browser launches blank when the tests via Selenium
May I suggest to use WebDriver APIs (aka Selenium 2) if you have begun with Selenium?
Aug
13
comment Selenium not recognizing actions on JavaScript-generated page
Since you have started with Selenium, can you try Selenium 2 (aka WebDriver) API for click operation - seleniumhq.org/docs/03_webdriver.html
Aug
9
comment I am looking for online Training or Books or online resources on selenium automation testing
I am voting for closing this question
Jul
26
comment "Element is no longer attached to the DOM” StaleElementReferenceException when selecting HTML table row
This may help in handling such elements - stackoverflow.com/questions/4846454/…
Jul
24
comment Dependent methods in the same class run out of order only when included in a “testng suite”; running class independently respects the dependency
Yet I don't see any thing wrong. I suggest you to post it here - groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/testng-users with a reproducible test case which demonstrate this issues.
Jul
24
comment Choosing framework type for selenium RC/Webdriver
this may help in understanding if you don't get answer of your most valid questions - meta.stackexchange.com/questions/34919/…
Jul
23
comment Dependent methods in the same class run out of order only when included in a “testng suite”; running class independently respects the dependency
Don't see any thing obviously wrong, can you post testng.xml file and order in which you see method execution in this class. Is the order always random for this class?
Jul
23
comment Choosing framework type for selenium RC/Webdriver
See your accept rate - "33% accept rate"
Jul
20
comment Courses for non-IT people to study testing?
Has ISTQB started marketing term "ISTQB Tester" now?
Jul
20
comment Choosing framework type for selenium RC/Webdriver
You may like to do something about your low accept rate