I just received word that the Visual Studio 2012 ALM Hands-on-Labs / Demo Scripts have been translated through community efforts into both Brazilian Portuguese and Arabic!
November 29 2012 Update: The link above was updated with a link to newer versions of the Brazilian Portuguese documents.
June 6 Update: Mohamed also took the time to record videos of the Arabic translated hands-on-labs / demo scripts. These are great!
A huge thank you, obrigado, and شكرا to the following people who have made these community translations a reality: Mohamed Radwan, Arley de Padua, Willian Candido, Marcia Candido, Camila Tomaz, Marcelo Bolzan, Guilherme Oliveira Coelho, José Percy de Amorim e Silva Neto, Sergio Medeiros Salviano Junior, Olivio Waldemar Becker Neto, Pablo Coelho Ferreira, Helder Silva de Padua, Arley Silva de Padua, Vitor Paulino Xavier de Sousa, Mônica Peres de Sá, and José Belardo de Sales Filho e Lenyllson de Moura Bezerra.
I love it when the community bonds together to develop content like this which can help make this content accessible to millions of people around the world.
PS: If you prefer Hindi, Tarun Arora posted a subset of these labs from the developer preview in Hindi. The screenshots and steps are slightly different from what’s in the beta, but the ideas are the same.
Congratulations on being such an inspiration and driving force behind the translation of the labs to more and more languages.
I can't find Test menu in VS2011 Beta VPC. I did reset VS 2011 settings both through tools option and command.
I even installed VS2011 on separate machine, still the same problem. I am setting up Test Rig, and I want to see "Manage Test Controller" option in Test menu to manage controller and agents.
It would be of great help if you can get any workaround for this.
You will only have a Test menu if you are working with a Test project. File -> New -> and select a test project type.
The "Manage Test Controllers" dialog has moved, it's now available in the Test Settings Editor. You will need to first add a .testsettings file to your solution (right-click solution, add file, test settings). Then open that up and go to the Roles tab where you can manage the test controllers like you did with 2010. Note that you will need to use the Test menu to select your .testsettings file as the active test settings.