A colleague pointed me to a recent blog post that shows a new way to learn about Visual Studio 2010 test tools.  Brian Keller is a Microsoft Technical Evangelist for Visual Studio Application Lifecycle Management.  He created an interactive tool that enables someone to quickly go from an overview of Visual Studio 2010 test / build / lab management capabilities down to a detailed video demonstrating a concept.  It is really cool. 

The tool uses Microsoft Deep Zoom and Microsoft Silverlight.  From the Deep Zoom site:

Deep Zoom provides the ability to interactively view high-resolution images. You can zoom in and out of images rapidly without affecting the performance of your application. Deep Zoom enables smooth loading and panning by serving up multi-resolution images and using spring animations.

But enough talking about it… go check it out and learn more about the Visual Studio 2010 testing capabilities while you are at it!

Blog:  http://blogs.msdn.com/briankel/archive/2010/03/01/a-different-way-of-presenting-the-visual-studio-2010-testing-tools.aspx (this includes tips for interacting with the presentation.

Presentation:  http://www.speakflow.com/View.aspx?presentationID=ac460729-6cce-4deb-8f09-5faa5873f027&mode=presentLocally