This video explains how to leverage TFS 2010, Windows Workflow (WF), and MSBuild to streamline the build and deployment processes and enable continuous integration. Continuous integration is an Agile best practice that allows for faster, more frequent feedback from other developers and even business stakeholders by providing regular builds, unit test runs, and deployments via automated build processes instrumented using a build server such as TFS Build. Read more
Steve Andrews discusses Microsoft’s Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) which delivers source control, work item tracking, Team Foundation Build, a team project portal Web site, reporting, and project management capabilities.
A short introduction on how to perform unit tests with Microsoft Team System.
A tutorial on how to start on Unit Testing using Team System.
I recently sat down with James Whittaker who is a Principal Program Manager Architect on the Visual Studio Team System Test Edition team. James is tasked with helping to shape the next wave of testing tools coming out of the Visual Studio Team System family of products. And since software testing is one of the major “pillars” of for the “Rosario” release of Team System, James has been hard at work. James isn’t able to comment on specific features of Rosario just yet, but instead we got his insights about how he sees software testing evolving over the next few years to help testers become more effective at finding bugs… before the customer does.