Reunited again...Mozilla and Sauce Labs hosting the next San Francisco Selenium Meetup at Mozilla HQ, May 11th @ 6:30pm

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I'm happy to announce that Mozilla and Sauce Labs will be holding the San Francisco Selenium Meetup here at Mozilla's HQ in downtown Mountain View, CA, on May 11, 6:30 pm.

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Here's the official Meetup.com page: http://www.meetup.com/seleniumsanfrancisco/events/17238077//. Please RSVP there, so we know how many to expect; thanks!

(Excerpting from the Meetup entry for better indexing/searchability)

"We're thrilled to announce that, hot on the heels of his CSS locators talk at the Selenium Conference, Santiago Suarez Ordonez, the Sauce Ninja and Selenium committer, will be the speaker of our next meetup on May 11th at Mozilla.

Santiago, or 'Santi', will give some insight into why you should say NO to XPath, and instead use CCS locators to make your tests more readable, faster, and realiable.

He gave an abridged version of this talk in the Track B of the Selenium Conference and it proved to be widly popular, so he'll be extending it and alse sharing some cool tools that will help you transition from XPath to CSS.

Thanks to our friends at Mozilla for offering to co-host this meetup. See you all in a few weeks!

Agenda

6:30pm - Drinks, Pizza, Networking

7:15pm - Announcements

7:30pm - Santi tells us about CCS Locators

8:15pm - Q&A

8:30pm - Tools to help transition from XPath to CSS

9:15pm- Lights Out"

Mozilla are proud supporters/users of and contributors to, Selenium, and are really looking forward to the opportunity to learn and also exchange ideas and tips with the community!

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