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  • Blog Post: DevOps - Building Healthy Systems with Visual Studio Ultimate

    DevOps, as mentioned in one of my previous articles , is about Developer-Operations. One aspect of DevOps people overlook is about ensuring your building healthy systems. When I was previously responsible for Quality Assurance and Operations Developers, I become really focused on ensuring our team was...
  • Blog Post: PDC Workshop Announced: Developing Quality Software using Visual Studio Team System 2010

    If you’re thinking about attending PDC09 this year, we just announced a pre-PDC workshop on “Developing Quality Software using VSTS 2010.” Its a full-day workshop and they will be going through entire lifecycle of building quality into your software development process. More information is available...
  • Blog Post: eBook: pnp-Acceptance Test Engineering Guidance (Beta 2)

    The Patterns & Practices Group recently released the Beta 2 version of their Acceptance Test Engineering Guidance book (Vol 1) out on CodePlex. I haven’t had a chance to read it cover to cover yet, but it does appear to capture a lot of the main concepts about testing scenarios: How to Plan for Acceptance...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio "Camano" product named reveiled

    If you've had an opportunity to play around with the VSTS 2010 CTP 12 image that was made available to world back at PDC 08 in October, you probably saw glimpses of a product we codenamed "Camano." It's a separate test case management and manual test execution/recorder as part of our "No Repro Bug" bullet...
  • Blog Post: eBook: pnp-Performance Testing Guidance for Web Applications

    This Patterns & Practices book, Performance Testing Guidance for Web Applications , has been out for while but if you haven’t seen it, it’s new to you. Just kidding. This book provides an end-to-end approach for implementing performance testing for web applications. It covers different scenarios...
  • Blog Post: Test Case Management in VSTS 2010 (Part 1)

    One area of software development I'm really passionate about is Quality Assurance. Why? After all, if it compiles successfully, it's going to work, right? Besides, there's always time to fix it in the next release. Well, when you ship software that people pay for and your the sole developer, you can...
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