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  • Blog Post: Parameterizing Tests to Run in Different Environments

    Sean has a great post on running Web tests and load tests from the command line . A hidden feature is that you can set parameter values from environment variables, which enables you to target different environments with the same test without editing the test. You may develop your web tests and load tests...
  • Blog Post: VS 2010 Product SKU Lineup Finalized

    Here are the VS 2010 SKUs, and testing features available in each (see this link for more feature comparisons). Client SKUs Name Test tools it contains Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate Test Tools in VS Premium Load Testing Network Emulation IntelliTrace Microsoft Test Manager (manual testing and test case...
  • Blog Post: Increasing the ROI of our Automation

    A while back I posted this on automation . I want to resurface this topic now, as it has been on my mind a lot lately as we develop dev10. What is the “right” approach for automation? How do we make it pay off? Automation is hugely important for us. It enables us to ensure our software works on a...
  • Blog Post: Elevating the Role of the Tester with Visual Studio 2010

    I am very excited and proud to introduce the new testing features you’ll find in Visual Studio 2010. In addition to continuing to work on the performance testing tools, I have also been focusing on delivering a new set of products for the entire test team. Since most testing is done manually, we have...
  • Blog Post: So you want to automate your test cases?

    Many CIOs and Test Managers are interested in increasing the level of automation in testing efforts. What is automation good for? What is the best way to go about this? How much automation is enough? And who should do it, and when? I've heard on more than one occasion test managers say that 100% of...
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