So, once again, the place I am currently working has been interviewing for some more programmers and we’ve had to laugh at some of the answers we’ve received on some pretty simple question.
And that naturally got us all talking about good interview questions. How can we tell that the applicant is even worth interviewing?
The following questions are not meant to be THE interview. The questions are meant to shorten the interview process by ensuring the applicant has a basic understanding of the language they will be expected to work with.
Today, what I want to offer is how I overcame various hurdles related to testing EXTjs with Selenium.
This probably doesn’t happen all that often, but this last week I came across the need to know which browser I was running my selenium test against. I figured that buried deep in the object structure of Selenium, there MUST be a way of finding out what browser I was currently running. As it turns out, I was right.
Over the past ten years, I’ve successfully implemented various types of screen scraping in order to provide data to my clients. Most of these implementations have involved accessing HTML and parsing out the data we needed for the web application. Continue reading “Browser Automation in .NET w/ Chromium”