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Nozomi Ito
Japan Selenium User Community Oraganizer (), Creator of AI test tool Magic Pod
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Nozomi Ito 5h
How should I pronounce "asar", Electron Archive ?
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AppiumConf 15h
Aren't you tired of endlessly testing across multiple platforms manually? There is a SMARTER way! is coming to India on June 13-15 Learn from world's leading experts on & extend your skills. Book your seat for
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Nozomi Ito May 18
Thank you for everyone!!
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Nozomi Ito May 18
My task of this week end is, the migration of Python2 code to Python3..
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Simon Mavi Stewart May 14
Huge high five to the folks: it's now running in mode by default! Now all the desktop browsers use this without any special flags, and that's amazing. 🎉🙌
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AppiumConf May 13
 believes the biggest challenge mobile testers face is,"Unstable test automation environments. We need to conquer this problem. We need to contribute to Appium!" Read full interview:  2019
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Nozomi Ito May 13
I wonder why "Iterable" is not "Iteratable" but "Iterable". This word is specific to the programming language..?
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Diego Molina May 12
Next month I'll be in the with my friend doing an "Appium at Scale" workshop, join us, it'll be a lot of fun! If you'd like to join us at the conference, the code "diego-10di$c-appium" will give 10% off. See you all there!
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Hendrik Haandrikman 🚀 May 5
Hey , if you're going to target brand searches with , would you mind appending your super misleading ad title to also mention the fact we're a great place for , , and in general? Thanks!
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Nozomi Ito May 3
Replying to @ito_nozomi
What is also important for us here is, what we still cannot do now. For example, if you find AI "Test Generation" tool in 2019, you should carefully check if it is really true.
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Nozomi Ito May 3
Kurzweil has made lots of correct predictions about technology such as smartphone, VR, e-book. His prediction seems to be unrealistic to us but it is because our intuition is not exponential but linear. I like his future loadmap, and following his curve is rational, I think.
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Nozomi Ito Apr 27
I found Mac Preview has an amazing signature detection feature. It helped me a lot.
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woosyume Apr 25
I submitted a proposal for small event named 'Selenium X Rakuten'. It's motivated from held in Japan by community. I was a speaker. The event will be held on July. I'm sure the event fosters interesting and passion for E2E test field of Kansai area
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Simon Mavi Stewart Apr 24
After a wonderful , I've finally found the time to ship the version of alpha. I've put together some quick docs on the new server jar here: There's still work to be done, but feedback is always welcome! :)
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Nozomi Ito Apr 23
Wow! I really appreciate your lobbying! It must have helped realizing this amazing opportunity! I agree that Se IDE is widely used among Japanese. But WebDriver also has become very popular in Japan in this 2~3 years!
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Nozomi Ito Apr 23
I think there is no easy solution to build a good community. But if you want to do so, I'll always be there for you!
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Nozomi Ito Apr 23
SeConf Tokyo planning began this post ( ) from . I'm actually not sure why Japan was chosen as the candidate.But large size domestic community was the important factor, I guess.
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Nozomi Ito Apr 23
Since then, we have held 100~150 attendees meetup about just once per year. Such events made the community bigger gradually, and strengthen the relationship among members. Actually I haven't had meetups so frequently so that we could continue the community with moderate effort.
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Nozomi Ito Apr 23
And then, amazingly, really came to Japan ( )! Thanks to this meetup, many members met each other offline for the first time, and SeJP started to look like a real tech community.
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Nozomi Ito Apr 23
One day, a Japanese developer who was a sales agency for SauceLab at that time contacted me and said SauceLabs could send a Selenium committer to our meetup event. Meetup? I had never had such an event and I thought I couldn't. But I said I wanted to do anyway.
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