Hi Folks, I'll be on the road for the next few weeks starting with Portland, Oregon next week on 8/20/2013.
Questions sound familiar?
Does getting bugs fixed take too long? Inefficiencies in communicating between Dev and QA?
Why did we not catch these bugs before they got to Production?
I do not have enough time to do testing and how much testing have I done, anyway? Is my testing effective, how can I find more bugs upfront?
Okay, this seems like it will work in Production, when a million concurrent users go against it and the data is a few Terabytes. Will it perform? How can I know upfront?
And many other questions will be asked, and we'll figure how to solve these problems with Visual Studio.
Producing high quality software, closely aligned with the constantly changing requirements of business stakeholders is more important than ever. Especially in an Agile development setting, every team member has to ensure that their work is of the highest quality – all the time. Testers can verify quality but not ensure it – proper QA procedures and a quality mindset are essential for high performance development teams.
During this event, your local Microsoft Developer Technology Specialist will provide you an inside look at Black Box Testing, show you the capabilities of Microsoft Test Manager, and address the Developer’s experience in quality enablement through white box testing. Furthermore, we’ll cover how quality is an accountability and addressable by the entire development organization.
You’ll also have an opportunity to learn the value of Build, Deploy, Test, and Lab Management from our ALM Partner, Crosslake Technologies, and gain exposure to enterprise cloud based cross platform application testing with Perfecto Mobile. We look forwarding to seeing you there!
Complimentary Food & Beverages