Selenium is an open source web application functional testing technology that is cross platform, and targets Internet Explorer, Firefox and Safari. It is steerable from Java, C#, Ruby, Python, Perl (and more). For Firefox you can record/playback/save tests. Lastly it has a grid capability for massively distributed test runs.
With representatives from all the major Selenium projects on hand to present ideas, discuss the future of Selenium and answer audience questions, the Selenium Open Evening is an opportunity to get involved in the future of the project. With Selenium developers from as far apart as London, Tokyo and the US and Lightning Talks on related subjects, this is a great way to meet Selenium users and meet some of the other brightest minds in web testing and Agile development!
The core (beginners) version - http://selenium.openqa.org/
Remote Control mode (advanced) - http://selenium-rc.openqa.org/
The Firefox record/playback plug-in - http://selenium-ide.openqa.org/
The Grid (distributed) technology - http://selenium-grid.openqa.org/
Official Website: http://selenium.openqa.org/meetup.jsp
Added by Paul Hammant on February 21, 2008