Test Fest 04

We just finished up this years version of the Windows CE Test Fest, and since I put a link to my blog in the slides, I thought I’d better put an updated note here to 1) show that I don’t completely  ignore this blog, and 2) to have a place for any attendees to post any…

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A few random notes…

Although this is (as the title implies) not a typical blog, I’ve determined that I should post here every few weeks or so – mainly because if I don’t, the old threads close, and nobody can post responses.  Many people have gone ahead and emailed me directly, and although I don’t mind answering their questions,…

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Tux Function Table Explanations

For nearly everyone who has written tux based tests for Windows CE, the tux function table is a big ugly mystery that most try to ignore as much as possible.  This short(?) article will attempt to explain some of the details of that structure.   MSDN documents the function table with this short paragraph: A…

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EDC Follow up

Thanks to everyone who attended my talks at edc.  I thought the tux hands on labs went very well – I got a lot of great comments and questions.  I was especially impressed that at least one attendee came to both sessions! The CE Testing Strategy talk didn’t go as well – at least in…

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EDC Decks

These are the (mostly) final slide decks for my embedded devcon presentations.  The first is a broad overview of how we test windows CE, and the second is a “hands on lab” on creating tests using our TUX framework.  The accompanying word doc is the lab guide for the hands on lab. As with most…

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I’m not a blogger

Sometimes, however, circumstances make it necessary to consider exceptions.  From time to time I have to give presentations windows CE, testing methodologies, or (as you’d expect) testing windows CE.  One problem I often run into is getting enough follow up information out to the attendees after the fact.  Anyone who has ever attended a developers…

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