Ervin Loh
K365Labs Sdn Bhd
From Unit Testing to Load Testing - Visual Studio - Your Complete Testing Tool
From Unit Testing to Load Testing - Visual Studio - Your Complete Testing Tool
From Unit Testing to Load Testing - Visual Studio - Your Complete Testing Tool
From Unit Testing to Load Testing - Visual Studio - Your Complete Testing Tool
From Unit Testing to Load Testing - Visual Studio - Your Complete Testing Tool
From Unit Testing to Load Testing - Visual Studio - Your Complete Testing Tool
From Unit Testing to Load Testing - Visual Studio - Your Complete Testing Tool
From Unit Testing to Load Testing - Visual Studio - Your Complete Testing Tool
From Unit Testing to Load Testing - Visual Studio - Your Complete Testing Tool
From Unit Testing to Load Testing - Visual Studio - Your Complete Testing Tool
From Unit Testing to Load Testing - Visual Studio - Your Complete Testing Tool
From Unit Testing to Load Testing - Visual Studio - Your Complete Testing Tool
From Unit Testing to Load Testing - Visual Studio - Your Complete Testing Tool
From Unit Testing to Load Testing - Visual Studio - Your Complete Testing Tool
From Unit Testing to Load Testing - Visual Studio - Your Complete Testing Tool
From Unit Testing to Load Testing - Visual Studio - Your Complete Testing Tool
From Unit Testing to Load Testing - Visual Studio - Your Complete Testing Tool
From Unit Testing to Load Testing - Visual Studio - Your Complete Testing Tool
From Unit Testing to Load Testing - Visual Studio - Your Complete Testing Tool
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As more software projects adopt a continuous delivery cycle, testing threatens to be the bottleneck in the process. Agile development frequently revisits each part of the source code, but every change requires a re-test of the product. While the skills of the manual tester are vital, purely manual testing can't keep up. Visual Studio 2012 provides many features that remove roadblocks in the testing and debugging process and also help speed up and automate re-testing. We will talk about how to create and use effectively use different test types in Visual Studio 2012. We will cover unit testing, manual testing, exploratory testing, coded UI testing, Web performance testing, and load testing.

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  • As more software projects adopt a continuous delivery cycle, testing threatens to be the bottleneck in the process. Agile development frequently revisits each part of the source code, but every change requires a re-test of the product. While the skills of the manual tester are vital, purely manual testing can't keep up. Visual Studio 2012 provides many features that remove roadblocks in the testing and debugging process and also help speed up and automate re-testing. We will talk about how to create and use effectively use different test types in Visual Studio 2012. We will cover unit testing, manual testing, exploratory testing, coded UI testing, Web performance testing, and load testing.
  • From Unit Testing to Load Testing - Visual Studio - Your Complete Testing Tool

    1. 1. Ervin Loh
    2. 2. K365Labs Sdn Bhd

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