There are best Selenium books, there are worst Selenium books. I started to put together the list not recommended Selenium books. There could be multiple reasons for not including Selenium book to the top list and not recommending the particular book at all. For example, the book covers Selenium functions so basic that if you have spent any time reading online tutorials you could figure them out without the book. Another example, the technical book has the code snippet, but they are not included with the book on CD or not available for free download from the publisher web site and the reader has to waste time typing the code. So, let's take a look on the books review.
I received a online recommendation for this book, because I already had bought several books on Selenium. Edited by Lambert M. Surhone and two more editors, this book has more than 150 pages about Selenium software testing tool. I have never heard about the editor of this book and checked the other books the editor wrote. Surprisingly, the first of three editors of Selenium (Software) book, Lambert M. Surhone, has more than 200,000 books that he’s worked personally on various topics from “Arts & Photography” and “Business & Investing” to ”Medicine” and “Travel”. It is definitely looks suspicious. As you may note the book description clearly states "High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles!" and the same label have the other books edited by Lambert M. Surhone, so apparently the idea is to scarp and print Selenium related Wikipedia content as a new book. I and many other people prefer things printed out in nice cover, but obviously not in this case.
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