In this talk Bob Silverberg, QA Engineer with Mozilla's Web QA team, will discuss Mozilla's approach to using open source tools to monitor and maintain the quality of their many web properties. This will include a brief introduction to Selenium/WebDriver and an overview of Mozilla's open source and freely available framework for writing and running functional tests. Attendees will leave the session with a good idea of how Selenium/WebDriver can be used to perform functional tests for web sites, as well as information on how to get started using Mozilla's open source tools.
About Bob Silverberg
Bob Silverberg has been developing software for over twenty years, spending the past decade and a half focussed on web application development. As a Senior QA Engineer at Mozilla, he is a member of the Web QA team, which is responsible for ensuring the quality of all Mozilla’s web properties, in addition to writing and running functional tests for Firefox OS. Working from his home office in Toronto, he divides his time between Mozilla work and taking care of his two young sons.