Build Systems that Drive Business
30–31 Oct 2018: Training
31 Oct–2 Nov 2018: Tutorials & Conference
London, UK
Simon Stewart

Simon Stewart
Project Lead, Selenium Project


Simon Stewart is an open source developer, project lead for the Selenium project, and a coeditor of the W3C WebDriver specification. Previously, at Facebook, he led the build tool team, was the tech lead for the Buck OSS build tool project, and designed and helped develop the first iteration of Facebook’s mobile end to testing frameworks; at Google, he worked on Selenium, created WebDriver, and led the browser automation team as it scaled to running millions of tests per day. He is undeniably hairy and still thinks Java is a reasonable choice for many problems. We can’t all be perfect.


13:1513:55 Friday, 2 November 2018
Systems Engineering and Architecture
Location: Blenheim Room - Palace Suite
Simon Stewart (Selenium Project)
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Microservices, lambdas, configuration as code, and a plethora of languages being used to write to production services are becoming more common and widespread. So why should you choose to use a monorepo? Simon Stewart explains what a monrepo is and how to get the most out of it. Read more.