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bio website loader.io
location Anaheim, CA
age 32
visits member for 3 years, 6 months
seen May 27 at 20:30

I believe in and strive for quality - may it be products, code, comments, documentation or anything else that I do. Effort and attitude counts more than the final result.

Check out this load testing tool (developed by devs at the company I work for):

http://loader.io


Dec
19
reviewed No Action Needed Looking for an online mobile testing service
Dec
19
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Recommend Automated test tools for cross platform including IE and .NET software
Dec
13
reviewed No Action Needed Recommend Automated test tools for cross platform including IE and .NET software
Dec
12
revised Asserting a checkbox is not checked by default in WebDriver with Junit
Corrected a mistake in the code snippet
Dec
12
comment Selenium webdriver - Unable to locate element,xpath,error
I checked for US and Spain locale, I do see the DOM hierarchy that you mention. I also verified with FirePath in Firebug and the xpath is identified. Another thing that I can think of is, you are trying to access the element before the page loads. A small wait might do the trick
Dec
11
answered Selenium webdriver - Unable to locate element,xpath,error
Dec
11
comment How to locate the X-path of an element in eclipse accurately?
Just an additional note if you are going to be using xpath a lot, XPath abbreviated syntax will help you keep your code cleaner: w3.org/TR/xpath-30/#abbrev
Dec
11
answered Asserting a checkbox is not checked by default in WebDriver with Junit
Dec
11
reviewed Reviewed Selenium webdriver - Unable to locate element,xpath,error
Dec
11
comment Selenium webdriver - Unable to locate element,xpath,error
Can you provide a Stack trace of errors being thrown? Also, the html snippet of the <a> tag you are trying to access might help too
Dec
11
revised Selenium webdriver - Unable to locate element,xpath,error
Improved formatting
Dec
11
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What is the correct way to select an <option> using Selenium's Python WebDriver
Dec
3
comment Selenium Python testing: would like to write test results to a file
What have you tried that hasn't worked? The first thing that comes to my mind is pipe your output to a file.
Nov
26
reviewed No Action Needed What are features of MS Visual Studio Coded UI Test framework that are not present in other tools?
Nov
25
reviewed Reviewed Modifying a called in test case
Nov
25
comment Modifying a called in test case
Well .. one way is to delete the test case and run the rest of the test cases. Depending on the IDE you are using, you may be able to trace a method call.
Nov
25
reviewed No Action Needed What's the difference between system testing and release testing?
Nov
25
reviewed No Action Needed What is the difference between “automated testing” and “automated regression testing”?
Nov
12
reviewed Close Are there any part time jobs related to QA?
Nov
12
reviewed Reviewed JMeter: Iterating over a set of CSV files over a set of links - nested loops