Last week I finally got around to coaching at Brighton Code Bar, something I’ve been meaning to do for at least a year or so now (and apologies for taking so long).
Personally, I’m looking forward to helping out with a few more sessions (I’ve signed up to coach at the session this Tuesday) following the tutorials and maybe then see if I can help people with their own projects, as I love to see what people are working on and their approach to problems. Who knows, in the process, I might learn a little more Python or actually get around to finally learning Ruby.
Last week, Wednesday 20th Feb, I presented at the Brighton Web Development Meet-up. My talk was an introduction on using Selenium WeDriver, starting out with the basics, leading into introducing the page object model and finishing with an example on how to use a single suite of tests on multiple websites. The demo code and slide deck can be found on my GitHub account. The room was pretty packed with about 25-30 people and a . . .
Firstly, I’m a bit late to the party with my blog article, both Steve (the event organiser) and Dave / Dan (a couple of the attendees) have written great articles that can be found here: Steve Gordon Dave Mateer Dan Clarke So back to my story regarding the event. I first heard about the codeathon from Steve via the .NET South East Meetup, which he also organises. Steve’s a prolific contributor to the HTBox Allready . . .