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  • Blog Post: Thinking About ROI for Test Automation

    After we shipped Team Foundation Server 2010, I took on a new role on the TFS team as a Test Architect. I’m excited about this role because it’s a little more hands-on than being a manager and because I get to help tackle some of the most challenging test problems we have across the product...
  • Blog Post: Mining Work Items for Opportunities to Improve Your Engineering Process

    One of the things I spend a lot of time doing as a test manager is mining for interesting data in our work item tracking system (TFS of course).  For example, this morning, I went through a query of bugs that had been resolved as “won’t fix” but were also marked as regressions from previous releases...
  • Blog Post: Eating more dogfood...

    Our QA team has recently committed to converting all of our automated tests to VSTT -style tests. You might be shocked to learn they're not already all implemented with VSTT, but please remember that we were all building our pieces of Team System at the same time in v1. We have a lot of test automation...
  • Blog Post: An Inside Look at the TFS Product Team's Quality Process

    Brian Harry has been blogging over the past few days about the Team Foundation Server team's product quality process. So far, he's covered build quality , automated testing , and performance testing . This is a rare and highly detailed look at some internal reports showing what we measure, how often...
  • Blog Post: To automate or not to automate? That is the question!

    The December issue of Software Test & Performance Magazine (which you can download for free) has a great article on determining which tests are suitable for automating and which aren't. The author, Bob Galen, presents several points to consider when making this critical decision. He even throws in...
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