Tag: QA Testing

  • New Pluralsight Course: DevOps Skills for Developers with Visual Studio and TFS 2017

    New Pluralsight Course: DevOps Skills for Developers with Visual Studio and TFS 2017

    My latest Pluralsight course just went live last night.  It’s been a long time coming and a ton of work.  I hope you all like it. DevOps Skills for Developers with Visual Studio & TFS 2017 There’s a huge divide between software that’s developed and software that’s delivered. DevOps helps you bridge that divide. It’s […]

  • How to Change a Test Configuration in the TFS Test Hub

    How to Change a Test Configuration in the TFS Test Hub

    If you’re using Team Foundation Server’s Test Hub for your QA testing effort, you’ve probably seen this annoyance.  All of your test cases say “Windows 8” in the Configuration column.  Windows 8?!? What is this? 2014?!  You’ll hit your next level of frustration about 20 seconds later when you find out that there’s no way […]

  • Microsoft Test Manager is pretty much done. What’s missing and what do we do now?

    Microsoft Test Manager is pretty much done. What’s missing and what do we do now?

    Ok.  Microsoft Test Manager (MTM) isn’t going away but you might have noticed that it’s kind of been put out to pasture.  There were some good features – some core features – in MTM that were kind of helpful.  So what do you we do now?  If you’re on Team Foundation Server 2015 (TFS2015) what’s […]

  • TFS Test Hub: What Does It All Mean?

    TFS Test Hub: What Does It All Mean?

    Ok.  So if you want to do QA testing — “manual testing” in Microsoftspeak — with Team Foundation Server (TFS) or Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS), you’re going to spend a lot of time in the Test Hub.  The vast majority of QA/manual testing features have moved to the web interface as of TFS2015 and the Test Hub […]