Selenium is a tool used to automate web applications. It offers a system of commands that can direct browsers as a pseudo-user. The tool is supported by all popular browsers.
All Correct was happy to edit the Russian translation of Selenium documents free of charge.
“Helping with projects like this and promoting the development of Runet is critical to our mission,” said Denis Hamin, CMO at All Correct. “More and more people use a variety of applications and programs, though the available documentation often leaves much to be desired. As professionals, we feel responsible for helping to remedy that situation and make the world a little more understandable.”
“I would like to thank All Correct for the help it offered with the Selenium documentation,” said Alexei Barantsev, who runs Software-Testing.Ru, a web portal that shouldered the load of organizing the translation. “The company did a great job, and I can’t say enough about the quality of their editing work. I hope we’ll be able to work together again in the future.”
The All Correct Group, which was founded in 2006, is headquartered in Ireland, while its production office is in Samara to go along with an additional office in Tolyatti. The company’s mission is to offer its clients the translations to and from Russian they need for their businesses.
The All Correct Group plays a role developing translation and localization standards as part of ISO, GALA, and IGDA, and is also an associate member of the Union of Translators of Russia as well as GALA.