Microsoft Dynamics AX Technical Conference 2011

The Microsoft Dynamics AX Technical Conference 2011 will be held on January 17-20 at the Microsoft Conference Center in Redmond, WA.  This will be a great opportunity to get a preview of Microsoft Dynamics AX”6”. The response for the event has been great and it is currently full! I will be leading a session titled…

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Anatomy of Test Automation “Tooling”

In many Microsoft product development teams, there are dedicated resources that work on test automation “tooling”.  For instance, I lead a team for Microsoft Dynamics AX that works on a portion of the test automation “tooling” for the team.  But what exactly is the “tooling” that is needed for successful test automation?  This post provides…

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Now this is cool… and relevant!

A colleague pointed me to a recent blog post that shows a new way to learn about Visual Studio 2010 test tools.  Brian Keller is a Microsoft Technical Evangelist for Visual Studio Application Lifecycle Management.  He created an interactive tool that enables someone to quickly go from an overview of Visual Studio 2010 test /…

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Another Good VS 2010 Testing Tools Reference

Terry Clancy’s blog post, Visual Studio 2010 Test Tools – Partner Integration Opportunities, contains a paper that contains some great information on the VS 2010 Test Tools capabilities, architecture, and partner opportunities.  In addition to the resources found in my previous post, this is a very good read if you to learn more about the…

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Visual Studio 2010 Testing Tools Resources

A core piece of the testing for the Dynamics AX ecosystem strategy is the testing capabilities of Visual Studio 2010.  I’ve provide a brief overview in previous posts.  This post will provide some more details and references to many more details about this exciting new VS capability. Visual Studio 2010 Beta2 came out last October. …

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Testing for the Dynamics AX Ecosystem – An Update

Wow… it’s 2010.  I’m way overdue for an update from my last post in May…  The story that I laid out in that long ago post has been getting crisper, but the high level concepts have stayed essentially the same.  In early October, I had the opportunity to do another presentation at an AX”6”TAP SDR…

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