Microsoft Visual Academy (a cloud-based learning experience focusing on Microsoft Technologies and hosted on the latest Microsoft Azure technology) offered course that learn how to make Team Foundation Server (TFS) better serve your team processes and the ways you communicate. For the person who sets up and customizes TFS infrastructure, you will learn how to … Continue reading Administering Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012 Jump Start
Microsoft Visual Academy (a cloud-based learning experience focusing on Microsoft Technologies and hosted on the latest Microsoft Azure technology) offered course that help you to improve how your team manages test coverage to better mitigate issues throughout your organization’s development process. You can leverage the tools built into Visual Studio 2012 to track back work … Continue reading Software Testing with Visual Studio 2012 Jump Start
Team Foundation Server is a mainstay of Microsoft’s collaboration platform for software development teams. It provides modern application lifecycle support for modern app development, including agile project planning and management tools, version control, build automation, and the continuous deployment automation needed to effectively and efficiently manage software development projects. In addition to the value TFS … Continue reading What’s Team Foundation Service ?
One of the tools any TFS admin keeps in their toolbox is the TFS Administration Tool. This tool makes it very easy to manage security for TFS. Allowing you to manage user permissions on all three platforms used by TFS. Specifically TFS, SharePoint and Reporting Services. Download version 2.2 here.
Everybody should be already familiar with Continuous Integration or should I say Continuous Building? Automatically building a development codeline after a check-in is often not immediately followed by an integration action towards a main branch. Apart from the fact how this “build automation” should be called, there are many reasons why you should enforce this … Continue reading The Gated Check-in build in TFS2010
You can use Visual Studio Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) to manage your product lifecycle, reduce risks, and improve efficiencies. When you install or upgrade to Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012, you and your team can benefit from the new features and supported tasks outlined in the following table. Lifecycle area New features and supported … Continue reading What’s New for Application Lifecycle Management in Visual Studio 2012
In Visual Studio 2010 we use Test View Window and Data Source Wizard to create data driven Coded UI test case. In Visual Studio 2012, the Test View Window and Data Source Wizard are no longer available. You will have to insert the [Data Source] attribute directly in the code in the line immediately above … Continue reading Data Driven Testing with Visual Studio 2012 – Coded UI Test
Microsoft released a new Microsoft Exam “Software Testing with Visual Studio 2012” which covers manage the process of running tests, creating and monitoring bugs, and managing and mitigating issues that a software organization has in controlling test coverage for project requirements. Mainly focusing on Microsoft Test Manager 2012. What’s the best way to prepare for … Continue reading Microsoft Exam 70-497: Software Testing with Visual Studio 2012