Visual Studio 2010 Test Professional Webcast

Visual Studio 2010 Test Professional Webcast

Posted by richard | December 16, 2010 | Visual Studio 2010, Webcast

Thank you for attending our recent Visual Studio 2010 Test Professional Webcast. I hope you enjoyed seeing an end-to-end simulation as a user story emerged into a testable requirement and how to implement Acceptance Test-Driven Development using Visual Studio 2010.

Note: During the Webcast I think I incorrectly stated that the Visual Studio 2010 Feature Pack 2 was a free download. In fact, you must be an MSDN subscriber to download it. Also, a question was asked about Coded UI (and fast-forward) support for Infragistics controls. I did some research and the support is not there yet, although Microsoft and Infragistics are both working on it. Please keep your eye on this blog post to be updated as new information becomes available.

Here is the presentation and some links that I mentioned during the Webcast:

Visual Studio 2010 Test Professional – What is it and how to use it


Accentient Training
Acceptance Test Guidance
Platform Support for Coded UI Test (and Fast Forward feature)
Professional Scrum Developer (on MSDN)
Test Scribe for Visual Studio Ultimate 2010 and Test Professional 2010
Visual Studio 2010 Feature Packs  MSDN
Visual Studio 2010 How-Do-I (HDI) Videos
Visual Studio 2010 Test Case Import Utilities

Be sure to check back in a few days for the LiveMeeting recording. We’ll post it on our blog.

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