On the 16th I’ll presented the Applied Software Testing with Visual Studio 2010 lecture on SDP 2011 Conference.
Several customers talked with me about my lecture and asked why isn’t a lecture on Automation for Developers?
My lecture title contains “Software Testing” and so developer automatically think it’s not for me, it’s for Software Testers!
As a Developer you should perform testing on your application before you passed it over to QA, but you think Unit Test is enough? It’s not!!!
But doing manual testing after you finished developing it’s annoying, so you skip this step === Annoying Bugs
In my lecture I’ll demonstrate how to create Automatic Testing for WinForms, WPF, Silverlight and Web Application in minutes, so as a developer you can create lots of automatic testing (UI and more) that will help you save time and nerves.
Abstract: – More
Visual Studio 2010 offers a wide range of software testing capabilities: manual testing, automated UI testing, low-level unit testing, and even performance testing tools capable of simulating thousands or even millions of active users. But how do you know which tools to choose for your project? How do you apply common best practices from across the industry to the tools and techniques offered by Visual Studio 2010? In this session we’ll attempt to send you home with a list of ways you can fine-tune your testing process to ensure you’re making the most effective use of Visual Studio 2010’s testing.
I’ll see you there!