Visual Studio 2012

  • Jun 17, 2013
    Windows IT Pro

    Session 3: QA Testing with Microsoft Test Manager 2012  

    Presented by: Brian Minisi Running Time: 55 min Microsoft Test Manager enables testers to be more productive throughout the testing lifecycle of planning, testing, and tracking progress. This tool integrates with Team Foundation Server, enabling testers to define tests within the same team project that the rest of the team is using....More
  • Jun 17, 2013
    Windows IT Pro

    Session 2: Create and Run Load Tests in Visual Studio 2012  

    Presented by: Brian Minisi Running Time: 53 min Your application has been tested and released to production. However, it soon becomes clear that it does not perform as expected; slow or unresponsive and generating errors. The application works fine in QA and UAT, but is unable to handle the traffic thrown at it in the real world. Knowing this prior to production is essential. Visual Studio 2012 Load Testing provides the tools and features to simulate the conditions an application will face in production....More
  • Jun 17, 2013
    Windows IT Pro

    Session 1: Visual Studio 2012 Unit Testing using Fakes and Mocks  

    Presented by: Brian Minisi Running Time: 54 min One of the basic tenets of unit testing is that the code you are testing should not have dependencies on other code. This guarantees that if a unit test fails, it is not caused by something other than the method under test....More
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