Been curious about Microsoft’s latest release of their testing tools? Want to know more about managing your test environments, both on premise and in the cloud? How about when to use test automation and what tools Microsoft has to meet your automation needs?
There is a great half-day testing event coming to a city near you if you live in the Midwest area, wanted to be sure to share it with everyone before it filled up. Since I am delivering the content I can tell you there are going to be some great topics being covered! Best part, it is free. Check out the details and agenda:
How do I integrate better with the team?
QA is near the end of the process chain, so one of the best things they can do to be successful is improve their efficiency and collaborate better with the development team.
In this session, we want to answer all of these questions:
- What if you could draft and select test cases early in the project and ensure you have test coverage by assigning them to requirements?
- What if the bugs you discover could automatically include data about the underlying behavior of the application and the machine it’s running on?
- Are you getting enough information about a release to know what to test?
- Which new features have been implemented? Which haven’t?
- Which bugs are supposedly resolved?
We’ll discuss how to take advantage of the opportunities for improving collaboration between testers and developers.
What should I automate?
While manual testing is always going to have its place, there are several types of tests that can be automated for efficiency.
In this session, we’ll discuss everything from automating functional and load tests to the automation of writing test case steps and designing for reuse.
How do I set up a dev/test environment?
Today’s applications are more complex than ever and it can be very challenging to set up and maintain these environments. Many organizations resort to a small number of shared environments, but you are trying to keep up with frequent developer builds, concurrent projects, and ever-changing data.
This session introduces Microsoft’s Lab Management solution which allows developers and QA to self-provision their own environments. We’ll look at you can take advantage of virtualization (on-premises or cloud) to create environments, roll them back to known states, and attach them to bugs while minimizing the labor in your data center.
During this event, your local MTM Specialist will provide you an inside look and show you the capabilities of Microsoft Test Manager. Furthermore, we’ll cover how quality is an accountability and addressable by the entire development organization.
REGISTER NOW at a city near you using one of the links provided:
10/10 Southfield, MI
10/22 Milwaukee, WI
10/23 Chicago, IL
10/24 Indianapolis, IN
10/28 Nashville, TN
10/29 St. Louis, MO
10/30 Kansas City, KS
11/4 Columbus, OH
11/6 Cleveland, OH
11/6 Edina, MN
Event starts promptly at 9am. Complimentary Food & Beverages provided in the morning