Automating Siebel Open UI with Selenium webdriver is somewhat difficult if you approach it as you would any other web automation, but with a few tips and tricks, you’ll be amazed at what you are able to accomplish in such a dynamic environment.
Think back to the first time you experienced the freedom of driving your car.
When you didn’t have a car, your schedule and location were at the mercy of someone else. Your parents, the bus schedule, the metro, or taxis. You needed someone else to be available to go and do.
But now that you did have a car? The world is your oyster…
Do you think if you had some training you could run a business?
Would you want to run a business that employed many people, like a factory, even if it meant working harder and longer hours? Continue reading “Could you run a factory?”
Some tasks are so mundane and seemingly simple we just don’t bother asking if there’s a better way.
This is the story of being forced to ask that question, and the educatinon that changed almost everything about the way I work… (For the better)
Good question! But, a better question might be; Who cares?
It’s not important to anyone except you, and if you’re going to attack something in the bible, why choose something that’s not IN the bible?
Continue reading “How old is the Earth?”
… unless it makes you uncomfortable.
When did valuing your kids become discouraging them? When did caring enough to say, “Son, this doesn’t sound like a good idea.” become oppressive?
Those who love and respect you attribute value and virtue to you. To expect little or nothing of you is to belittle you. To expect greater things is to build you up to a higher standard, and believe in your potential.
It’s a confidence that you can meet a high standard.
Today, this is considered oppressive. Particularly for those standards which have been around the longest. Because newer standards are always better. Continue reading “I love you and want you to be happy…”
There’s an internet meme going around that in Finland, you cannot buy a dog until all the shelters are empty.
It’s not true, but people wish it was, because we’ve all seen the “In the Arms of the Angel” Sarah McLachlan commercial, and if you didn’t feel bad for not picking up the next stray you see on a street corner, you should just step off that corner into traffic, you monster.
This kind of thing is a great example of feel good authoritarianism. Which is, by the way, the best kind of authoritarianism! Continue reading “Sometimes fascism feels good”