September 6th, 2007 | Published in Google Testing
Posted by Patrick Copeland, Test Engineering Director
Here's some unsolicited feedback from Kurt Kluever who ended up on his school's web page (Rochester Institute of Technology). While he was at Google this summer he tested JotSpot. Kurt's project included enhancing a Selenium Framework for testing JotSpot. He add automated tests to an existing suite and refactored code to allow the framework to be more extensible. In addition, he fixed several issues with Selenium RC that allows for better concurrent execution of tests within a browser’s object model. The scope of the project was focused on one application, but he looked through code from various other projects and applied the design patterns to the JotSpot framework.
His experience in his own words…link to RIT site pdf.