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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


Jul
10
comment Is a web application bug found on the Android emulator more likely than not to be a legitimate bug?
can not live with out testing on android :) our core products is to work on android. And please do keep us posted if you find any discrepancies b/w emulator and real android device.
Jul
8
comment Is a web application bug found on the Android emulator more likely than not to be a legitimate bug?
@user246 that's an interesting question. You seem to be insinuating that testing more mobile products on more android platform may result in what you asked in this question. Are not you? I recall at least 3 products.
Apr
18
comment “java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError” Error when running Selenium RC script
@vinodguneja once an answer helps you, you can accept it as right answer
Mar
30
comment Is Selenium the right tool for browser compatibility testing?
No wonder it's IE
Mar
22
comment Running WebDriver tests in parallel using testng.xml
This might help - groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups#!topic/testng-users/…
Mar
20
comment Running WebDriver tests in parallel using testng.xml
A wild guess, Can you keep attribute, parallel="methods" at the test level instead of suite level and check?
Mar
13
comment Tracking manual test cases which are automated
You hit nail on the head
Mar
8
comment What are good link recommendation sites for testers?
This is highly recommended site for testers :)
Mar
6
comment Tracking manual test cases which are automated
This is exactly what I am looking for - without the overhead and constant maintenance of. Is it possible to elaborate more on your approach, probably in language agnostic manner.
Mar
3
comment Alternatives to HP Quality Center for small business
I used XStudio few years ago and I liked it more than TestLink but it's only that XStudio is not completely free.
Dec
28
comment Less “hackish” way to do fast input (faster send_keys) in WebDriver besides JavaScript execution?
28 minutes :-O, this is the same time one of my suite takes , having many methods
Dec
22
comment Does the latest version of QTP have something similar to Selenium Grid?
I guess QTP always used to have master slave kind of mechanism to parallelize tests. Though not sure how many browsers they support
Nov
26
comment Automating email verification feature of an application?
+1 for "I don't know about any industry standard. But this works for me. "
Nov
23
comment Keeping automation code away from application source code
I am thinking to propose that our tests at any point would be compatible with trunk code. Having to maintain multiple automation branches is driving us crazy
Nov
23
comment Keeping automation code away from application source code
definitely it's the case of over commitment with us. your pointers describe it very well.
Nov
19
comment Keeping automation code away from application source code
yup with current set up, it is production branch and gets deployed to trunk.
Oct
25
comment TestNG Mark a Test as Failed if a Particular Path is Used
this did not click on my mind
Oct
25
comment TestNG Mark a Test as Failed if a Particular Path is Used
Are you handling exception in your test?
Oct
19
comment Selenium: reuse existing browser session, instead of opening new windows?
I don't think that's possible. afaik Selenium always uses new Window
Oct
17
comment Should tool generated test data be deleted during tear down in test automation?
My take from here is to have no two test rus interfering with each other because of test data generated by one test run while still being able to identify error which may be resultant of specific set of test data. Thanks all