The Visual Studio ALM Rangers have updated this guide, which includes automated guidance, hands-on-labs, and videos that show how you can use the Visual Studio architecture and modeling tools to help you understand an existing software system or create a new system.
Normally, I use this space to discuss the important stuff: me, and the weather in the Pacific Northwest. But not this time. This time it’s all about the writers. They are all fine people.
Even though, except for one glorious day last Saturday, it has only been above 55 degrees twice since Febuary 1,
Howie Hilliker, who writes about how to test applications with Visual Studio, created some samples to show how to verify Web application links by using Web performance tests:
The Developer & Platform Evangelism group recently published the following ALM hands-on labs as part of the Visual Studio 2010 and the .NET Framework 4.0 training course (click to download) on MSDN:
Authoring and Running Manual Tests using Microsoft Test Manager 2010 In this lab, you will learn how to use Microsoft Test Manager to author a manual test case and take advantage of test parameters.