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Dave McNulla and Zeljko Filipin discuss recent articles written about Watir, Watir-Webdriver, testing frameworks, and testing services. Here are the links to the articles:
Opening and closing music is Fast Talkin by Kevin MacLeod (Genre: Jazz, Instruments: Bass, Kit, Violins, Brass, ISRC: US-UAN-11-00590, 2009 Kevin MacLeod))
Željko Filipin talks with Paul Rogers, one of the co-creators of Watir, about Watir. Paul currently writes some interesting tests for tynt, a company that makes web editing software.
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A big thank you to Tiffany Fodor for editing the audio and for show notes.
2:15 Watir News
2:15 Watir Podcast Team
3:50 Watir Stack Overflow ad
5:00 Watir Podcast is 2 years old!
5:20 Chrome Watir support has been removed from Watir
7:15 Zeljkos blog post on Webdriver installation
7:35 Google Pacman Watir script
8:45 Stack Exchange Site
10:50 History Stack Overflow
12:50 Creating Stack Exchange site for Watir
13:25 How Stack Exchange works
15:45 Achievements, badges and reputation
17:50 Stack Exchange versus Google Groups
18:45 Similar questions are displayed
21:10 Voting on questions and answers
24:35 Stack Exchange questions and answers as documentation
27:15 RSS feeds
29:05 Site acceptance
34:35 Stack Exchange Watir site focus
41:45 Help us create the Watir Stack Exchange community!
43:25 Replacing Watir Stack Overflow and Google Group sites with Stack Exchange
46:45 Marking questions as duplicates/related
51:20 Next phases Commit and Beta
52:55 Ask and reply to your own questions
Dave McNulla spends a few minutes talking to @Chzy ) about his new book, his automation test gems, and good practices in test automation. Here are some links:
A special thanks to Jeff Morgan for being on this interview, and doing all that he does.
Opening and closing music is The Cannery by Kevin MacLeod (Genre: Piano, Percussion, A giant rousing mechanized heavy piano and heavy percussion piece, mildly reminiscent of Gershiwn or Scott in 2 small sections, ISRC: US-UAN-11-00845, 2011 Kevin MacLeod)
Dave McNulla and Zeljko Filipin discuss recent articles written about Watir, Watir-Webdriver, testing frameworks, and testing services. Here are the links to the articles and blog posts:
The opening and closing music is Happy Alley by Kevin MacLeod (Genre: Pop, Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit, ISRC: USUAN1100482, 2008 Kevin MacLeod)