Slides from “Software Testing with VS2013 and TFS2013” at Visual Studio Live Orlando 2013

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I spoke at VSLive Orlando 2013 last month and did a talk called “Software Testing with Visual Studio 2013 and Team Foundation Server 2013”. 

Software Testing with Visual Studio 2013 and Team Foundation Server 2013

Visual Studio 2013 and Team Foundation Server 2013 both have a major focus on testing and quality. There are the unit testing features that help you find problems before you check in and help you validate automated builds. Then there are Web Tests and Load Tests that help you validate and stress your web applications. And there are also the features for performing QA tests – aka “manual testing” – on your applications. Not only do the manual test features allow you to track the work of a QA person and help your QA staff to record bugs but you can also record and automate tests against your Windows and browser-based applications. As if that wasn’t enough, Team Foundation Server 2013 allows you to manage virtual machine configurations to help streamline and automate your testing activities.

If you are focused on software quality and testing, Visual Studio 2013, Team Foundation Server 2013, and Microsoft Test Manager can really help you out. In this session, Ben will show you the big picture view of how all these feature fit together and feed into each other in order to make your testing life easier.

Here are the slides.

-Ben

 

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4 Responses to "Slides from “Software Testing with VS2013 and TFS2013” at Visual Studio Live Orlando 2013"
  1. Thanks for sharing the slides. The idea of using test to change the ROI trajectory of a project is very interesting. Was the example here of the $1M project theoretical or was it based on a real world project?

  2. Thanks for sharing the slides. The idea of using test to change the ROI trajectory of a project is very interesting. Was the example here of the $1M project theoretical or was it based on a real world project?

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