Installing on Windows 7 & 10:
The following are the best ways to install ChromeDriver on Windows so you can run Selenium:
The easiest way to install ChromeDriver is to use a package manager such as Chocolatey. You should really have a package manager if you don’t now: Install Chocolatey. I used the cmd.exe method and it worked really quickly. Install ChromeDriver
choco install chromedriver
Confirm it was installed by typing
chromedriver —version into your command line and seeing that it returns a version number. If it errors, ChromeDriver wasn’t installed.
Or run Chrome & ChromeDriver in a container such as Docker. Simply download the combined container, start it and point your code at the right address. Here’s an example.
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Five for Friday – February 1, 2019 The Best Software Testing Conferences of 2019 »
I don’t imagine doing a Five for Friday often (this is in fact the first time I’ve done one) but it seems like a good format for a few important things happening this month:
February 21st at 11am, I’m hosting Brent Jensen for an AST webinar on Building a Data-Centric Modern Quality Culture. You should sign up! Brent is co-host of my favorite testing podcast: AB Testing where he and Alan Page work on the Modern Testing Principles.
I’ve been wanting to do this webinar for some time because data analysis can help us better understand what quality means to our customers. This is part of
Modern Testing Principle #6. Yesterday I took the
2019 State of Testing survey and I think you should too. There’s 10 days left for CAST 2019 Call for Proposals and I’m working on 2 abstracts for workshops. If you haven’t already,
consider applying! I listen to a few podcasts including the Tim Ferris show. I only listen to those episodes which seem interesting and Tim’s interview with
Patrick Collison, CEO and Co-Founder of Stripe was great. It’s worth it if you have the time. Another podcast I listen to (occasionally) is the Joe Rogan Experience and a great recent episode is with
Killer Mike. From the show notes “Killer Mike is a rapper, actor, and activist. He is one half of the group Run The Jewels and has a new show on Netflix called “Trigger Warning” available now.” Well worth a listen!
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