• Microsoft Tester Center Blog

    So Long, Tester Center

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    A few years ago, some of us testers at Microsoft got together to try to make an idea happen. That idea was to give a public facing view of some of the neat things that were happening in the Microsoft testing world. It was a diverse group of folks. Some...
  • Microsoft Tester Center Blog

    So Long, Tester Center

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    A few years ago, some of us testers at Microsoft got together to try to make an idea happen. That idea was to give a public facing view of some of the neat things that were happening in the Microsoft testing world. It was a diverse group of folks. Some...
  • Microsoft Tester Center Blog

    A New Place for Testing Questions

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    As we mentioned in the last post ( http://blogs.msdn.com/b/testercenter/archive/2011/05/02/software-testing-forum-updates.aspx ), we are closing down the MSDN software testing discussion forums. I haven’t heard too much of an uproar, but if you have questions...
  • Microsoft Tester Center Blog

    Software Testing Forum Updates

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    We recently made a decision to close down the software testing discussion forum on MSDN. It was fun while it lasted, but frankly, the questions were drifting away from testing, and we weren’t doing a great job at all getting answers for people quickly...
  • Microsoft Tester Center Blog

    Suggestions and Feedback for Tester Center

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    We’re in the middle of a tester center working meeting right now. We have loads of content and changes we’re working through, and although you may not have noticed, subtle (and not so subtle) changes continue to propagate the site. One thing we have decided...
  • Microsoft Tester Center Blog

    Ch ch ch changes…

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    We made some updates to the tester center site recently. Feel free to poke around and let us know what you think (the comment section of this blog works perfectly for that sort of thing). Probably the coolest new feature is the “content rotator” at the...
  • Microsoft Tester Center Blog

    Book Bytes: Pragmatic Unit Testing in C# with NUnit, Second Edition

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    Pragmatic Unit Testing in C# with NUnit, Second Edition By Andy Hunt and Dave Thomas with Matt Hargett This book takes the reader through the reasons why unit testing is a good idea, shows how to get started writing unit tests in C# with NUnit, and then...
  • Microsoft Tester Center Blog

    Book Bytes: Testing Object-Oriented Systems: Models, Patterns, and Tools

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    Testing Object-Oriented Systems: Models, Patterns, and Tools By Robert Binder Despite the title, this book isn't really just for testing OO software - Binder's patterns of software test are as important for testers to know as design patterns are for developers...
  • Microsoft Tester Center Blog

    Book Bytes: A Practitioner’s Guide to Software Test Design

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    A Practitioner’s Guide to Software Test Design By Lee Copeland If you want a good overview of an armful of effective test techniques, Lee Copeland's Practitioner's Guide is a great place to start. In addition to covering equivalence classes, combinatoric...
  • Microsoft Tester Center Blog

    Book Bytes: The Practical Guide to Defect Prevention

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    The Practical Guide to Defect Prevention By Marc McDonald, Robert Musson, Ross Smith The book and it’s site ( www.defectprevention.org ) strive to harness the collective wisdom of the community and find new ways to prevent defects, moving the detection...
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    Upcoming Events

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    In case you haven’t noticed, we updated the “Testing Events” section on the Tester Center page. There are some great events for testers on the horizon, so if you’re interested in checking out a conference, check out the list! Also – if you know of an...
  • Microsoft Tester Center Blog

    Tweaking and Cleaning

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    It’s probably not obvious, but we’re still working on Tester Center . In fact we have a whole pile of cleanup work and additions that should hit the live site in the next week or two. At the same time, we’ve been working on content for the software testing...
  • Microsoft Tester Center Blog

    Testing Magic

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    Careful observers may have noticed changes trickling into tester center over the last few weeks. A group of us are meeting regularly and working through the content backlog (and bug list) and freshening up the site. I’d like to highlight one article recently...
  • Microsoft Tester Center Blog

    We’re back…this time we mean it

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    Some of you may have noticed that we have new content on TesterCenter , We are slowly getting back into the swing of things, and expect to see more frequent updates happening soon. New this month is a bug story about Multi-Threading , and we have several...
  • Microsoft Tester Center Blog

    Tester Center Is Back

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    Well, it took us a while but the Microsoft Tester Center is back with a newly-designed site. We know there are still a few rough edges but hey, we are a volunteer organization doing this in our spare time. We have some testing articles in the queue that...
  • Microsoft Tester Center Blog

    What's Been Happening

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    Many of you may have noticed that Tester Center hasn't been updated in a while. We are working to resolve that situation and should be starting to update again soon (with a new site design as well). In the meantime, we have created the Tester Center blog...
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