Photos of the Mozilla-hosted San Francisco Selenium Meetup are posted

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A huge thanks to everyone who attended, "How Mozilla and LinkedIn use Selenium: Open Source Customized," here @ Mozilla HQ on May 19th, and, especially, to Sauce Labs (esp. you, John) for driving and co-sponsoring it, and Wade from LinkedIn, who was an excellent co-presenter.

There were about ~120+ folks there, and it was really wonderful to have so many Selenium-interested folks sharing real-world tips and asking intriguing questions.

See you all again, next Meetup!

Photo gallery: http://www.meetup.com/seleniumsanfrancisco/photos/936099/15350022/#15350041

Raymond's slides from the presentation

San Francisco Selenium Meetup group page

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