All right, my little automation grasshopper. Our journey ends here. Although I've gotten you started, you still have a long, long way to go. There is so much to learn in terms of Selenium WebDriver and test automation, in general.
As I've said, many people have made careers out of it, such as myself, doing it and teaching it.
You've got to learn page objects.
You've got to learn docker containers.
You've got to learn Selenium grids.
You've got to learn parallelization and so much more.
I don't want to leave you empty handed, and I want to help you to further proceed. A lot of people like to practice their test automation, and you can grab that URL right there for dummy automation websites. There, I have a massive list of automation websites where you can go and practice different kinds of skills.
Also, if you want to continue your learning with Selenium WebDriver in C#, I do have a full course on that. At the end you'll be able to actually write your own automation framework using all the best practices.
And then, if you want to proceed in other programming languages and further master your skills in Selenium automation, I've provided you a link to my favorite Selenium courses. They're all in different programming languages from Java to Python to Ruby, and all different kinds of flavors. Even mobile automation is in there. So, take a look there if you're interested. These are great places to get you started, and get you expanding your skills, and then you can go from there.
I just wanted to say thank you so much for taking time out of your day to listen to me teaching you Selenium WebDriver with .NET Core. It's been true pleasure.
I always appreciate you, and I will certainly see you in the future.
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