I searched and searched through the Seleniumdocumentation but could not find a list of the supported browsers and their start commands. So I ran off in a huff and downloaded the source to find the list that way and voila :
As you’ve probably noticed I’ve not been blogging much. _LOADS_ has happened since I last updated-
Finally moved house since moving back from Wales now living with my buddy Dools in this lovely house, 5 bedrooms don’t you know
I ventured down to Oxegen again this year and to say mayhem ensued is very much an understatement – those that have seen the videos know exactly what I mean.
My Dad is making great progress on his latest building project and I’ve been down there quite a lot helping out. The plan is to have my 30th there but I’m not too sure he’s too impressed with that suggestion.
I’m now a contractor and currently working in Intel as Tech Lead on a .Net project. Intel is a great place to work but working with .Net again (ASP.NET with web forms etc.) makes me understand how much I was loving Django development. Thankfully there is NDjango and Bistro which I will be pushing for any future projects in here. Two more observations from being back in .Net world – Visual Studio is hands down the best IDE I have worked with (Resharper installed of course). TFS is hands down the worst VCS I have ever worked with.
Last Sunday myself and Frank competed in another sprint triathlon and managed to convince Alan to join us – the Fingal Sprint 2009 was a great success despite the weather and a phantom puncture.
Myself and Frank were in the same lane for the swim which was great as it gave me someone I knew to chase in the pool (he kicked my ass!).
Franks in the red cap, I’m in the white.
I managed to knock over 8 minutes off last years time and came a respectable 48th/280 with a time of 1:15:10.
I did get a phantom puncture which I only realised when putting the bike back on the car after the race – very lucky it didn’t happen in the race.
Alan was so cocky during his first transition (wardrobe change) he even went for a tuna-melt bagel (I’m not too sure I believe this but it’s the only way to explain the three and a half minute transition )
Now I am definitley not known for my interest in politics but yesterday’s supplemntary budget absolutely baffles me. A possible extra €90bn more in national debt, tax everyone and help nobody apart from the bastards that ran our banks into the ground. I am personally down about €200 a month.
The worst part was that there was absolutely no incentive for stimulating growth in the economy or helping businesses to try and save jobs. I forsee an awful lot more tax evasion now… cash in hand, cash in hand!