Software Testing with Visual Studio 2010: Part 2 of 2


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Are you tired of spending hours trying to reproduce and diagnose bugs? Do you have a hard time getting testers and developers to talk to each other? Is it difficult to determine which tests are most important to run after you produce a new build? If so, then this session is for you! Software testing is perhaps the #1 area of investment for the application lifecycle management capabilities of Visual Studio 2010. During this session we explore the new software testing architecture offered by Visual Studio 2010. We also examine the various testing roles played by members of the development and testing teams and show how they can interact with Visual Studio 2010 to test software and eliminate bugs more effectively. This is part 2 of a 2-part session. This session will expand on some of the advanced capabilities of coded UI tests; we'll examine some of the rich test data you can capture while running tests, such as the new IntelliTrace debugging files; and we'll set up an automated build-deploy-test workflow with Visual Studio Lab Management 2010. It is recommended, although not required, that you attend part 1 of this session in order to benefit the most from this session.
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