Jason Huggins demos software testing improvements at STPCon 2011

Jason Huggins demos software testing improvements at STPCon 2011

Jason Huggins demos software testing improvements at STPCon 2011

Date: Oct 28, 2011

Jason Huggins, Co-creator of Selenium and Co-founder and CTO of Sauce Labs, which offers browsers in the cloud, gives some information about his demonstration at STPCon. He relates software testing improvement ideas to his handmade robot that can play Angry Birds on an iPhone.

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