Why are you using Java for your Selenium automated tests?

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Indeed, why not a different programming language?

Such as Javascript.

Or C#.

Or Python.

What is so special about Java?

Assume that you are interviewing for a new position and have to answer this question.

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Blogs about Selenium and Java at https://seleniumjava.com.

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