OneNote Testing

What it is like to be a tester on the Microsoft OneNote team and day to day life as an SDET in Office. Plus a few tips for using OneNote and an occasional powertoy.

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  • Blog Post: Sharing the notes I created when I took a class

    A few months ago I "took" a class in ordinary differential equations by enrolling MIT's open courseware class on the subject. I've already written about the testing strategies I picked up from that experience. I want to share a subset of the notes I took so everyone can clearly see what I did. Plus,...
  • Blog Post: Using case studies of OneNote to enhance our test planning

    Over in the newsgroups a few days ago there was this post . In it, Dave asks about using OneNote in a small company environment. He wanted to know some of the caveats, how tos and other lessons learned with using OneNote in that environment. I looked around for whitepapers and such internally, and found...
  • Blog Post: Using existing tools to make reading books with OneNote easier

    I found a really great service which helps me catch up on my long overdue list of books I want to read. The website is www.dailylit.com and they have a fairly large collection of public domain and new books which they "get" to you. Their method of delivery is pretty neat. You can set up a book to be...
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