This week I will be at the Stareast 2013 conference manning the Microsoft Test booth, meeting testers, sneaking into Anna’s incredible Test training, doing demos of our Test tools and something that will be a first for me- I will be physically attending an AMA by one of the foremost Test analysts in the world,
One of the more common requests we hear from customers with heterogeneous environment is: “How do i test my Java/Cross Platform applications with Microsoft Test Professional”
Turns out the answer is a bit of a surprise: “Use the same Java test tools you are (probably) already using”
There has been a ton of excitement around the new ALM course and exams. Responding to this two of the ALM MVPs Anthony Borton and Steven Borg are offering a FREE jump start for Exam 70-498: Delivering Continuous Value with Visual Studio 2012 Application Lifecycle Management.
Over the past little while, the System Center Operations Management team and the Visual Studio IntelliTrace team have been working together to create an increasingly rich debugging experience for applications in production environments. This collaborative effort provides the ability to take Application Failure events from System Center 2012 SP1 and export them as IntelliTrace files for tight integration in Visual Studio Ultimate 2012 Update 2.
With the latest VS ALM TFS update, we’ve given the help content for the Agile Planning tools a makeover – as you can see by going to Collaborate and Collaborate (dig deeper).
The collaborate content shows you how to use the Agile planning tools with the latest Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012 with Update 2 installed. In particular,
We are pleased to announce that we have shipped a new exciting project, focused on IntelliTrace, under the Visual Studio Test Tooling Guidance umbrella.
This release supplements the Test Tooling Guide with the DevOps end-end scenario, giving you access to ALM end to end labs and guidance that include bug resolution using IntelliTrace.
Visual Studio Updates are a mechanism we are using to provide ongoing value throughout the year to our Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server customers. These updates will provide features to support the latest software trends in the market, and also offer an easy way to deploy bug fixes.
In our effort to bring continuous improvements to the product, we have made improvements to the stock process templates in VS Update 2. If you have an account on our hosted service or when you create a new team project, your team projects are already updated with these changes.