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QA Professional, F1 addict and Salmon Junkie
Charles, you mentioned in the video that MS has put a lot of effort in testing, so I guess you guys should have a large collection of testing tools that help testing process easier.
As far as I am aware, the only product which is available to developers outside MS is Visual Studio Team Edition for Software Testers, and it focuses only on ASP.NET web apps testing. I have not had a chance to use it but it seems quite insignificant compared to other testing suite such as IBM Rational product lines.
Will there be more tools to be released in the future? I think this could be one area that MS should concentrates on in order to build a better developement environment.
By the way, it is a great video and it helped me understand a lot more about testing. I am looking forward to more videos like this one, especially the technical aspects and tester experiences at MS.
PS: it is amazing how many post-it notes on the wall. Are there anything actually written on those notes
I use QuickTest Pro, TestDirector and WinRuner for testing duties
An_Angel wrote:die-Sel: Thanks... I think... the vid is really bad at picking up the good side of me. Charles was a little too close with the camera More info on the london girl geek dinners can be found below and Microsoft did a good virtual side video on the events too which can be found here: http://www.mseventseurope.com/Teched/06/Pre/Live/VideoDev5.aspx
Ion: Who am I... well for that you will have to go and have a look on my mobility blog here: http://geekswithblogs.net/waterbaby and here http://www.londongirlgeekdinners.co.uk and here http://www.girlygeekdom.blogspot.com and from that you should get which community I am looking after. I also actively participate in Mobile Mondays and a number of the London groups, but not always just the Microsoft ones.
I guess you could say I am just another girl geek... with a fixation on mobile devices and tech gadgets.
No problem An_Angel i thought Charles did an excellant job
I wish Bill al the luck with his Foundation work, he really does make a difference for 1000s of people over the world.
Not to mention, I will miss him after 2008. I have always liked Bill and his approach to MS work method. And i know its been werid but he has always had a good reason. I do feel though that he is a bit late at connecting with developers with Windows Live Dev only coming around the coner and the VS Express Versions arent that old neither, but again all the best to him and his work.
As for Steve, clam down buddy, take a min and think wtf your doing. ;)