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: The Scientific Method and testing OneNote performance

    We finished one of our performance rounds of testing a few weeks ago (one of many) and were looking at our numbers. In some cases, the numbers looked very good and others showed some "areas for improvement." One of the folks involved stopped by and mentioned that since all the numbers weren't good enough...
  • Blog Post: Unwanted troubleshooting on a new tablet

    Hewlett Packard updated their tx1000z tablet recently to a new model, the tx2000. The previous model had a touch screen, which I think of as a passive tablet screen. The stylus actually has to touch the screen to work. The new model has an active screen - you can hover and "right click" with the stylus...
  • Blog Post: Testing OneNote performance with huge amounts of text on a page

    I was reading the newsgroups a few weeks ago and saw this question : "Will onenote run better if I keep my pages shorter?" OneNote performance is pretty good overall, but I had also noticed when I was creating my Project Gutenberg importer that things "went haywire" if I were to paste the entire text...
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