- First up, Anthony Borton on: Eliminating No-repro Bugs,
How Microsoft Visual Studio® Team Test 2010 Beta 1 can drastically reduce the “find and fix” time for bugs that are raised by your testers.
- Then, Scott Barnes, Microsoft, US: What Just Happened to Silverlight & Expression!
This is the Brisbane leg of Scott’s Australia-wide Silverlight and Expression 3 roadshow.
PLUS! See below for details on how QMSDNUG members can SAVE $500 on Tech.Ed Registration.
Date: Tuesday 21 July 2009
Time: 17:30 for 18:00
Location: Microsoft Brisbane office, Level 9, Waterfront Place, 1 Eagle St, Brisbane
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Happy coding …
Anthony Borton, EnhanceALM: Eliminating No-repro Bugs
Anthony examines the recently released Microsoft Visual Studio® Team Test 2010 Beta 1 product and how it can drastically reduce the “find and fix” time for bugs that are raised by your testers. Today, significant time is often wasted trying to reproduce bugs with limited success and labelling bugs as “No-repro” can be frustrating for both testers and developers.
Microsoft’s new Test and Lab Manager Application allows testers to create, manage and execute tests quickly and easily in a dedicated user interface. Using Test Cases, Test Suites and Test Plans, testers will find the new features allow them to better participate as a full team member in Visual Studio Team System.
The session will touch on the following features of the Visual Studio Team Test 2010 product:
- Microsoft Test Runner
- Microsoft Test and Lab Manager application
- Bug Reporting and Data Collectors
- Unit Testing
- Coded UI Test
- Web Test
- Load Test
About Anthony Borton
Anthony is a Development Process Specialist for Enhance ALM Pty Ltd, an Australian consulting and training company specializing in Application Lifecycle Management and Microsoft Visual Studio Team System. He has been working with Visual Studio Team System full-time since 2005. Anthony has worked with a variety of companies ranging in size from just 3 employees up to some of Australia’s largest companies and financial institutions. Anthony is the lead Microsoft Technical Readiness Instructor in Australia for Microsoft Visual Studio and has presented at the Microsoft launch events for both VSTS2005 and VSTS2008. Anthony is a Microsoft MVP (Team System), a Certified Scrum Master and a member of the INETA Speakers Bureau. He is also the president of the QLD VSTS users group and maintains a blog at http://www.myvstsblog.com
Actually I have to admit that the title of Anthony’s talk made me think of this excellent xkcd cartoon: