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Identifying Software Defects with Requirements-based Functional Testing
 

Identifying Software Defects with Requirements-based Functional Testing

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Are you tired of spending hours trying to reproduce and diagnose bugs? Do you have a hard time getting testers and developers to talk to each other? Is it difficult to determine which tests are most ...

Are you tired of spending hours trying to reproduce and diagnose bugs? Do you have a hard time getting testers and developers to talk to each other? Is it difficult to determine which tests are most important to run after you produce a new build? Software testing is perhaps the #1 area of investment for the application lifecycle management capabilities of Visual Studio 2010. In this session, we will learn how Microsoft Test Manager can be used to more effectively test software and eliminate bugs through authoring and organizing test cases, running test cases, and filing "actionable bugs".

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    Identifying Software Defects with Requirements-based Functional Testing Identifying Software Defects with Requirements-based Functional Testing Presentation Transcript

    • Identifying Software Defects withRequirements-based Functional TestingSreedhar KakadeDeveloper Tools Technical Specialist
    • Agenda • Manual Test Execution • Rich Bug Logging • Defect Tracking • Coded UI for Test Automation • Demos
    • Biggest Challenge in Testing
    • Rich Bug Logging • Capture event logs • Capture system information • Capture video • Capture screen shots
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