Test planning using Camano

The concept of a test plan Just like architects plan and document the design and requirements of software products, and just like developers plan and document how they will be implementing it, testers also plan and document their strategy to verify that such products meet those specifications and requirements. This documented strategy created by testers…

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Visual Studio Team Test Edition wins STP Magazine’s Tester’s Choice poll …

In my last post I had talked in details about the Load Testing feature of Visual Studio Team System, and it is an interesting coincidence that STP magazine has just announced it’s annual testers choice awards, and VSTS took the top spot in two categories – winning over load runner for “.NET Performance Testing”, and…

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Web and Load Testing with Visual Studio Team System

Continuing the series on Testing with Visual Studio Team System, I devote this blog to our Web and Load Test functionality. The web test and load test features were initially introduced in Visual Studio 2005, and enhanced in Visual Studio 2008. These tests are available in the Team Test and Team Suite editions of Visual…

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Rethinking Testing – Dev Test Challenges

In my last post, I had mentioned that I would pick a specific area of testers challenges and share with you how we are addressing it. In this part of the series, I want to address heads on a very key issue – respect for testers. There are testers from all walks of life and…

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Rethinking Software Testing – A Series

Every once in a while something or someone comes along and fundamentally redefines a game or an outlook. Humanity believed the earth was the center of the Universe until Galileo came along to suggest and prove otherwise. In the game of cricket, Sachin Tendulkar came along and batting has not been the same since. So…

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Hello from the Visual Studio Test Business …

Greetings!   This being my first blog let me take a moment to introduce myself. I am Amit Chatterjee and I run the Visual Studio Test Business unit that is part of the Visual Studio Team Systems (VSTS) business in the Developer Division at Microsoft. I have been in this role for a year and…

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